Still growing

Despite the uncertainty of 2020 – 22, the demand for international education is still growing and more schools have been opening, as Sam Fraser reports.

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ITM, March 2021

March 2021

Unheroic leadership, what parents want, the Sevenoaks approach to feedback and, one year on, how are we doing on the white-water ride of Covid-19?

What parents want

What parents want

Anne Keeling on the new ISC Research White Paper analysing what parents are looking for in an international school.

Unheroic leadership

Unheroic leadership

Ciaran McMahon suggests that leaders who ask good questions rather than provide all the answers add real value.

High-impact feedback

High-impact feedback

Elen Harris looks at how Sevenoaks School has developed a model for giving high-impact feedback.

No barrier

No barrier

Janice Ireland and Marytina Osuchukwu describe how a school in the Niger Delta region has introduced inclusion.

How are we doing?

How are we doing?

A survey for the 2021 COBIS Bursars and HR Staff Conference shows how schools are dealing with the pandemic.

White water ride

White water ride

Richard Gaskell invites us to pause and listen as we prepare to take on the next section of the Covid white-water ride.

Curiosity is key

Curiosity is key

Brendan Law identifies four elements for any modern curriculum, but everything must unleash a child's curiosity.

ESG for schools?

ESG for schools?

Lisa Walsh thinks that schools should follow the green example of many businesses by adopting an ESG code.

Beyond bilingual

Beyond bilingual

By embracing the complexity of language provision, the International School of Paris aims to ‘go beyond bilingual’.

See and understand

See and understand

Alex Cull looks at developing children’s conceptual understanding of mathematics before, during and after Covid.

An international life

An international life

Gail Schoppert reflects on a lifetime in international schools and the many changes he has seen since the late 1970s.

Pandemic legacy

Pandemic legacy

Rob Stokoe on self-aware leadership and the emerging pandemic legacy of resilient, positive headship.

 

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