September in International Teacher Magazine
This month ITM examines the issue of cultural identity in schools, featuring articles by Uma Shankar Singh, who looks at the key role of the library, and Carolyn Savage who makes a strong case for promoting learning in a child’s mother tongue language.
In other stories, David Gregory takes us caving in Oz, Prue Walsh shows how to make the most of tiny play spaces and John Ryan examines the flip side of music.
Jan Homden has 10 things to think about to prepare children for their first day at school.
Can the digital revolution pose a threat to a school's cultural diversity, asks Uma Shankar Singh?
Carolyn Savage thinks regular use of a mother tongue language has huge benefits for learning.
Prue Walsh explains how to make the absolute best of the space you have for effective play.
Resources for teaching analytical thinking and writing in Years 12 & 13, with CPD update for October 2017.
Teacher Adam Black describes how a unique therapy changed his life and cured his stutter.
David Gregory finds out more about learning in the dark when he takes students caving.
'Our words have a profound effect upon a child's attitude' says Leah Davies. 'Use them wisely'.
Early Years Resources from Jan Homden. Fun packed ideas and activities to dip into!
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