THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Whether at home or abroad, few jobs offer the same satisfaction as teaching

Thomas Slack, Teacher of Computing & Key Stage 3 Coordinator at The English Montessori School in Spain, reflects on why…

 Posted 10 months ago
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Yoga in the classroom: fad or a new fundamental?

Cultivating mindfulness in schools has received a great deal of attention worldwide due to its association with improved psychological well-being…

 Posted 11 months ago
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Why should anyone learn a foreign language?

Amy Melton, Grade 1 teacher at the International School Saigon Pearl (ISSP) in Vietnam, shares her experience of working with…

 Posted 1 year ago
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Teaching children to stay safe: education beyond academics

Whether it is healthy lifestyle choices or staying safe, schools have a responsibility to educate children on much more than…

 Posted 1 year ago
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Teaching all over the world. Why pursue an international career in education?

From newly qualified teacher to Head of a school rated Outstanding before the age of 33, Melissa McBride, Headteacher at…

 Posted 1 year ago
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The ‘brain benefits’ of a bilingual education

Playpen Bilingual Education in São Paulo has changed its name to reflect its absolute commitment to bilingual teaching and learning….

 Posted 2 years ago
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Getting mindful about wellbeing

Mental health and wellbeing of young people is never far from the headlines today – wherever you are in the…

 Posted 2 years ago
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How can schools help create global citizens?

Ian Thorpe, Headmaster at Downsend School in the UK, considers the ever-widening range of skills that children are expected to…

 Posted 2 years ago
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