Join ECIS Connect, download Early Years resources and find out more about the growing links between International Schools and Oxford – just three new items from our November edition.
Children retain more information and gain greater understanding when they hear someone read to them, argues Stephen Murgatroyd.
During the summer of 2018, the first international school wellbeing research project was completed, reports Anne Keeling.
John Landrum looks at a variety of ways in which new technology can provide a level playing field for all learners.
Jules Fitzgerald argues that a good musical education gives children real advantages in their cognitive and social development.
Proofreading is generally considered to be the last part of an editing process. Chris Jay thinks it can be much more.
Leah Davies suggests three steps to help children learn effectively by following our example.
Dr. Ger Graus makes a powerful case for experience-based learning as the key to social mobility.
Dr Alex Pryce suggests a deeper awareness of a university’s admissions process could benefit your students.
Kevin Ruth invites schools and educators around the world to join the ECIS Connect platform.
Bill Hess thinks there are good reasons for schools to consider alternatives to the market leader.
Lots of ideas and activities to dispel those fears, in two free PDFs collated by Jan Homden.