How can we help students develop literacy and reading skills for the 21st century? One example is the Amazing Readers project ran by Pearson in Italy in collaboration with the British Embassy.
Posted on: 4 Dec 2018
What does it mean for a school to be ‘international’, and how does a school become international? What are the factors which determine the international curricula pathway your school will take?
Posted on: 6 Nov 2018
With automation, artificial intelligence and digital technology pervading our everyday lives, the key question to ask is: How do we prepare our learners for a future world governed by technology?
Posted on: 30 Oct 2018
Missed Ibrahim Wazir's session at the IB conference in Vienna? Here's the summary to help you to get ahead of the upcoming changes to the IB DP Maths curriculum.
Posted on: 15 Oct 2018
If you’re not doing it already, you may want to add the 26th September to the list of annual celebrations in your school: the European Day of Languages.
Posted on: 26 Sep 2018
How do you encourage the development of students' oracy skills? Edward de Chazal shares 7 ideas to maximize oral communication in the classroom.
Posted on: 6 Sep 2018
Does an international school guarantee an international education? Dr Christian Bryan makes a case for standing up for universal values and calls for more dialogue, more debate, more disputation.
Posted on: 14 Aug 2018
Kristina Pfeffer, a dancer and sports psychologist, helps teachers and parents understand how sport can foster positive psychological, social and emotional development of children.
Posted on: 24 Jul 2018
Knowledge is increasingly being seen as less valuable than skills. Anyone can use the internet to find facts. The real test is in solving problems, showing up on time, and working as a team.
Posted on: 17 Jul 2018
What is it like to be a teenager today in Turkey or Mexico or India attending international school online? What happens if you change countries every year, but take your school with you?
Posted on: 10 Jul 2018
The British International School Award goes International – and we are proud to support it!
Posted on: 5 Jul 2018
Could people really believe education was the biggest evil out there, the conspirator behind everything that is wrong with this world?
Posted on: 26 Apr 2018
Two decades ago there were 1,000 English-language international schools globally. Today, there are more than 8,000, with 420,000 teachers teaching 4.5 million students.
Posted on: 3 Apr 2018
A piece of stationery which will enhance student learning
Posted on: 26 Mar 2018
Depending on your perspective, Brexit is either fantastic or catastrophic. Personally, I have a hard time taking either point of view seriously.
Posted on: 23 Mar 2018
Celebrating International Women's Day
Posted on: 28 Feb 2018
An exclusive from a Swiss Principal into why iGCSE / iAL is the best curriculum to offer a student.
Posted on: 5 Feb 2018
Whole school collaboration brings success at the British International School Awards
Posted on: 2 Feb 2018
An increasing number of international schools are partnering with online learning providers to find virtual ways to deliver the English curriculum. There are both benefits and drawbacks.
Posted on: 30 Jan 2018
Artificial intelligence and learning – what is the next step?
Posted on: 21 Oct 2017
We recently sat down with a handful of teaching veterans who’ve been recognized as Teachers of the Year in their own states. They talked about their craft, their students — and the future of learning.
Posted on: 3 Oct 2017
In just two weeks, we have experienced destruction caused by five major hurricanes.
Posted on: 2 Oct 2017
Schools spend £17.5 billion each year on education technology. But can it boost results?
Posted on: 2 May 2017
British international schools offer globally-recognised qualifications, which can be a passport to prestigious western universities.
Posted on: 2 May 2017
Posted on: 19 Apr 2017