How working overseas changes us; Music education and diversity; why education in Dubai is so impressive; the rise of E-Sports and a new Olympic pathway for schools in Australia.
AP & IBDP: how are they different? The impact of reading; the soft skills of coding and allowing ‘Big Ideas’ to emerge.
Tau Wey, Head of Keyboard Music at Sevenoaks School reflects on the need for diversity in music education.
Nolan Price taught in Japan for 5 years, adjusting to what was his ‘new now’. How did this affect his life and teaching?
Russell Speirs takes 8 UK-based educators to see what Dubai has achieved in the education sector and why it inspires.
Joel Stewart describes how a visit to Qatar changed his world view and then his life when he returned to work there.
A prank and the reaction that followed got Darcie Flansburg thinking about the differences between the IBDP and AP.
Katherine Beith considers the reading journey her school has recently experienced. According to Y4, things are all on track!
Sally Flint talks to the new Director of Accreditation at COBIS, Mick Smith, about the books that have influenced him.
Jenny Mollon looks at the development of E-Sports in schools, examining implications for school design.
Nick Mooney looks at a new relationship between schools in NSW and the Australian Olympic Committee.
As coding goes mainstream, Ronen Even Tzur thinks that it also has much to offer in the development of ‘softskills’.
It’s hard not to step in to support children when they are grappling with a concept, but Kriti Mathur held herself back!