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International School Leaders Conference 2019: The Problem Solvers

With automation and AI all-pervasive, how do we prepare learners for a future governed by technology? In his keynote, Charles Leadbeater will discuss how we move to a more dynamic … More...

Maths mastery: is it right for Early Years?

In this blog post Pearson Publisher Katie Hiatt, Power Maths Reception lead, explains how mastery can be used for Early … More...

Mini Walking Talking Mocks: what are they?

How do walking talking mocks help students grow in confidence in their exam techniques? More...

A new international writing competition

To celebrate International Literacy Day (8th September 2019) we have launched a brand new international writing competit… More...

International School Leaders Conference 2019: Future of Skills - Employment in 2030

What skills do students need for employment in 2030? In his keynote at the Pearson International School Leaders Conferen… More...

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Should smartphones be banned in schools? The big debate

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Ideas for celebrating International Mother Language Day in your class

How are you celebrating International Mother Language Day this year? Here are some ideas for your classroom. More...

The importance of English language skills in international teaching

English language skills are important for all subjects in international teaching. More...

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Maths mastery: is it right for Early Years?

In this blog post Pearson Publisher Katie Hiatt, Power Maths Reception lead, explains how mastery can be used for Early … More...

Mini Walking Talking Mocks: what are they?

How do walking talking mocks help students grow in confidence in their exam techniques? More...

A new international writing competition

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Should smartphones be banned in schools? The big debate

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5 strategies for supporting SEN children in your classroom

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New classes, new challenges: Getting ready to go back to school

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Bilingualism: a gift for life

Linguist, Dr Francesca La Morgia, explores how Bilingualism goes beyond being able to converse in other languages but ho… More...

5 steps to help your students prepare for university study abroad

Are your students preparing to study abroad? Here are our top tips to help them make the most of their experience. More...

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International School Leaders Conference 2019: The Problem Solvers

With automation and AI all-pervasive, how do we prepare learners for a future governed by technology? In his keynote, Ch… More...

International School Leaders Conference 2019: Future of Skills - Employment in 2030

What skills do students need for employment in 2030? In his keynote at the Pearson International School Leaders Conferen… More...

Preview: Our International School Leaders Conference 2019

This year’s Pearson International School Leaders Conference in Windsor, UK is fully booked but there are plenty of way… More...

“If You've Seen One, You've Seen Them All!” Are GenZ the Same World Over?

Is learning for all of Gen-Z the same? Find out the similarities and differences of 14-18 year old's from across the wor… More...

Results days in August: what you need to know

Need help with questions about results day in August? Get answers to the services we offer you and your students in the … More...

Brexit: Guidance for students and Pearson centres 

Pearson's Progression and Recognition Manager shares help and advice you can give to parents and students about what Bre… More...

The BTEC Awards go global in 2019!

The 9th annual BTEC Awards ceremony took place on 4 July in London. The BTEC Awards celebrate outstanding BTEC teaching … More...

See you in New Orleans this week?

Are you visiting the IB Global conference in New Orleans? We'll be there with all Pearson's resources for the Internatio… More...

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Teaching around the world: 6 top tips for International Teachers

Prabha Soundirarajan, a teacher at MAZ International School in Malaysia, shares 6 top tips based on her experiences of t… More...

Power English: Writing and Me

A blog post from Sarah Dale, an editor in Pearson's Primary English team, on her experience with using Power English: Wr… More...

Presenters at the BTEC conference in Malaysia
Check out the BTEC conference in Malaysia

In Malaysia the IR enters its 4th generation, how can education and training keep up the evolution of knowledge? This to… More...

Interview with Khattab Abdullah: Multilingual success in your school competition winner!

The final in the series of blog posts from winners of the “Multilingual success in your school” competition! 1st pla… More...

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Open Auditions! Patricia Nesbitt casts for Drama enthusiasts!

Do you want to be part of creating a global movement? Patricia Nesbitt's love for Drama has encouraged her students to s… More...

Should kids learn to code? Let them choose! – Interview with Sebastián Barajas

Coding is one of the most in-demand job skills these days – but should kids start learning to code at school? To find … More...

Teaching around the world: Principal Ciarán Cunningham-Watson shares his experiences

We talk to Ciarán Cunningham-Watson, Principal of Belvedere British School, Abu Dhabi, about what he’s learned from h… More...

Let me tell you about #myBTEC

I ask Kodeck Mose what helped make BTEC such a success in his school? “Most importantly, I had support from the studen… More...

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5 steps to help your students prepare for university study abroad

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BTEC Awards 2019 Award winners
BTEC Awards 2019

BTEC Awards 2019 took place on Thursday 4th July at Central Hall Westminister, London. Read about the key highlights now… More...

Win 1 of 2 tickets to ECIS Leadership conference, 24-27 April 2019

Still not sure if you can make it to the ECIS Leadership Conference in Lisbon this April? Perhaps we can help! More...

How can we encourage more women and girls to pursue STEM careers?

Tackling unconscious bias and building resilience in girls, to help them succeed in Science, Technology, Engineering and… More...

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Let me tell you about #myBTEC

I ask Kodeck Mose what helped make BTEC such a success in his school? “Most importantly, I had support from the studen… More...

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Students aged 13-17: Join our Global Student Forum

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Presenters at the BTEC conference in Malaysia
Check out the BTEC conference in Malaysia

In Malaysia the IR enters its 4th generation, how can education and training keep up the evolution of knowledge? This to… More...

Multilingual students in the classroom: Your questions answered

Bilingualism expert Eowyn Crisfield answers your questions on supporting multilingual success in your school. More...

Metacognition: Why we should all care

Oliver Omotto shares his reflections and best practice in developing metacognitive practices and strategies to promote h… More...

New Webinar recordings on computing and implementation exclusive to the iPLS Group!

Log in to Pearson International Schools Community and become a member of the iPLS Group to view and download the webinar… More...

Ready-to-Learn: A ‘restorative practice’ approach to behaviour management

Oliver Omotto tells a story of how Greensteds International School’s approach to transforming student behaviour. More...

Mindfulness and exam stress - webinar recording

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The future of skills: being human    

Ahead of his plenary session at the COBIS Annual Conference, Owen Henkel shares key insights from the report 'Future of … More...

Getting literacy right in international schools

It’s time to reconsider our approach so that we’re setting up language learners for a more supported entrance into E… More...

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Should smartphones be banned in schools? The big debate

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Do you teach online? While there are many benefits to distance learning it can be challenging to keep students engaged a… More...

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Pearson International Schools Community is 1 year old!

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Reducing the stigma of SEN and Mental Health

In multicultural environments with a wide range of beliefs, how can we reduce the stigma of mental health and SEN to hel… More...

Mindfulness and exam stress - webinar recording

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Using mindfulness to deal with exam stress

Exams can be very stressful for our students. Today we talk to Amy Malloy who gives us lots of great advice about how we… More...

Mindset & Mindfulness for exam stress

In the second part in this two part blog series on exam stress, Amy Malloy explores Mindset vs. Mindfullness as coping m… More...

The reality of exam stress

Why are exams the top cause of stress in teenagers and how can we help them deal with it? More...

Mindfulness: you asked, we answer

Mindfulness is definitely a thing in education. Over 1000 people registered for our mindfulness webinars - AND you asked… More...

Mindfulness for the classroom and you

Mindfulness can be very powerful in growing resilience, patience and confidence in teenagers. Discover how to bring it i… More...

How to grow a confident next generation: the science behind student brains

What's actually going on in the teenage brain and what can we do to improve its health? Surely it’s all hard-wired now… More...

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5 strategies for supporting SEN children in your classroom

Students with special education needs all bring unique strengths and gifts, but how do we as teachers help these student… More...

Winners Announcement: Multilingual success in your school competition!

Here it is, the announcement of the winners of the Multilingual success in your school global competition! Read more to … More...

Share how your school promotes multilingualism for a chance to WIN up to £500 resources

Competition time! Multilingual success in your school is a global competition designed to celebrate good practice in sup… More...

Competition Entry Form - Multilingual success in your school

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Leaps and Bounds Activity: using the visual metaphor of a staircase to chart progress.
Using Visual Metaphors

Using pictures to help organize information and see the big ideas. More...

What do women want and what does society want for women?

To mark International Women’s Day, Christian Bryan provides starting points for a classroom discussion of the empowerm… More...

International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer

It has been 31 years since the signing of the original Montreal Protocol (an international treaty which aimed to protect… More...

From Bunsen Burners to Robots: how Experiential Learning is Changing Science Education

International schools are striving to offer more practical experiences, but teachers face many challenges. More...

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