Ahead of IPSEF 2023, Steffen Sommer asks what makes a school successful and Gavin English ponders whether ‘good’ is actually better than ‘great’ when it comes to learning. Just two of the articles in the May edition of ITM.
Gavin English considers whether the pursuit of ‘greatness’ is overrated. Could good actually be better?
Colm Byrne believes mentoring local teachers makes sustainable change possible for education in Cambodia.
Dr Steffen Sommer thinks aligning four core elements lays the foundation for a successful international school.
David Williams looks at how international schools are becoming leaders in developing personalised learning.
Nalini Cook and Mansoor Ahmed talk mega projects, the kids next door and digital nomads to explain new growth.
Gordon Montgomery looks at how Oundle has developed its culture in order to embrace an enriching range of partnerships.
Tash Hingston of ISC Research tracks how international schools are growing as a result of new patterns of demand.
Mike DeSchryver thinks that if we want to teach creativity, we must first explore our creative selves, while also having fun!
Domenico Meschino would like us to take Bloom’s Taxonomy to a new level to meet the needs of 21st Century learners.
Holly B.F. Warren finds an allegory to visualise mistakes positively and encourages us to keep looking for more.