As an Outdoor Education instructor, David Gregory has learned to strike a balance between taking the lead in the field, and allowing others to do the leading. Everything depends on the needs of the students
Sue Collins has been working on the Endicott International M.Ed. Programs for the last five years. She was moved by the testimonials of the program alumni, and reflects on how the M.Ed. programs have changed so many lives.
Giving students the opportunity to think for themselves in an unforgiving environment leads to the best kind of learning as David Gregory explains. What’s good for Outdoor Ed is also good for the classroom.
As an international school principal, there were a number of recurring problems that never seemed to get solved to anyone’s complete satisfaction, writes Andy Homden. Finding reliable suppliers for sports team kit was one of these.