Innovative learning support in rural Malawi, EAL in new international schools, the importance of sleep and the Future of Skills.
New British international schools have created the need for EAL learners to master 'academic English' argues Nick Chaddock.
Owen Henkel shares key, and perhaps surprising, insights from his team's report “Future of Skills: Employment in 2030”.
Andy Homden reflects on the growing influence not only of COBIS, but of international education itself.
Lisa Smalls lists seven ways that sleep (or lack of it) impacts our effectiveness in and out of the classroom.
Learning support is often under-resourced in developing countries. Not always. Anita Soni reports from Malawi.
Matthew Savage looks at 'the Mona Lisa Effect' and the importance of the teacher-stiudent for effective learning.
Inspire your children to become astronomers or astronauts – lots of great ideas from Jan Homden to blast their imagination.
Four articles from ITM about governance and strategic planning in international schools.
In a search for on-line resources to flip the classroom, Stephen Powell-Peterson found GCSEPod and has not looked back.
There are now more EAL learners in international schools than ever. They need the right support says Elly Tobin.