Seeing what is really there
Matthew Savage, Principal at the International Community School in Amman, Jordan, talks about ‘the Mona Lisa Effect’ – a model for personalised learning, which enables us to see beneath the masks that children assume as part of their everyday lives.
Four articles from International Teacher Magazine, looking at governance and strategic planning in international schools.
How three key planning elements can link to form a sustainable strategic plan.
Feature image: Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay
Do schools really need another teacher recruitment solution?
As recruitment has become even more challenging and time-consuming, we think ‘Yes, quite possibly!’ Beth Owen, CEO and co-founder of Searchality, explains the thinking behind her new platform, how it is designed to be different and how it saves people time.
In every outdoor activity there are countless risk factors that must be considered to ensure safe operation and an enjoyable experience. David Gregory suggests a triangle of threats need to be managed – and that this analysis can be applied to other types of risk management.
Don’t take your strengths for granted
David Gregory is an experienced outdoor edcuation and ski intructor, based in Australia. On a recent trip to Canada however, he faced a new challenge on Whistler Mountain and realised he had become complacent, and this was undermining his skills as a teacher.