Adapting, responding, surviving and creating: how schools and teachers are coping with the pandemic.
Design Technology teacher Joan Brown looks at how schools in Wales became involved in the design and manufacture of PPE.
Will Bedford of ISC Research, asks how resilient the international schools’ market has been in historic times of crisis.
Education has become a rushed process with skills that students most need left behind. Time to recalibrate, says Robert Lloyd Williams.
Stephen Whitehead analyses key variables that will affect the ability of international schools to survive Covid-19.
Here and now
For Stephen Walshe, engaging young learners in philosophical enquiry helps build constructive confrontational skills.
Expect the unexpected
Janice Ireland talks to the Early Years team at Panaga School in Brunei as they reflect on the experience of distance learning.
Filling a gap
Kevin Keller looks at the value of a Gap Year, which might appeal to even more students if universities are not fully open next year.
Hungry for Math
A group of Finnish educators want us all to be hungry for Mathematics. They know you will be sceptical, but that’s part of the problem.
Uma Shankar Singh describes the journey his Grade 9 students undertook, inspired by Paul Salopek and his “Out of Eden Walk”.
There were unexpected results when Munir Mamujee and his staff continued to run their recruiting agency from home.
Reporting to Parents
As the academic year draws to a close Leah Davies has some useful hints to help write those all important report cards.
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