The war in Ukraine overshadows everything. Stephen Priest’s article describes staff evacuations from Dnipro and Kyiv and how the Black Sea Schools group are supporting each other.
Also in this edition: recruitment, retention, inclusion, sustainability and Edruptors!
Stephen Priest looks at heroism in Ukraine and how schools in the Black Sea Group have supported each other.
Milena Tišma describes how a school in Zagreb helped children cope after two earthquakes during lockdown.
According to April Remfrey, international schools need guidance and clear standards in order to be more inclusive.
Assessment in PE has come a long way. Could it go further without detracting from the suibject? Yes says Mat Heaume.
Kevin Bartlett, argues we don’t need to ‘educate’ our parents. We do, however, need to co-create Learning Communities.
The University of Reading has developed a free online course for teaching sustainability, Dr. Helen Bilton reports.
For Elen Harris understanding Cognitive Load Theory can enhance learning, especially when introducing new ideas.
According to Adrienne Waller there are good reasons why BIPOC educators should consider working overseas.
It has become vital to retain great staff. Simon Dunford looks at building a school’s reputation as an employer.
Who are the biggest influencers in education? Ashley Kirk looks at the world of ‘edruptors’ and what they have to say.
Whether everyone is flying or flagging, more gets done if you look at how you work together, says Michael Iannini.
A survey by Tes shows international schools address wellbeing needs, but more can be done says Jon Romer-Lee.
Sometimes we think an innovation can be really good for international schools. Here's the pitch from Atom Learning.
ITM's convenient one page link to recruiters, agencies and school associations posting new jobs.