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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 teaching a broad range of inter… 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: Writing and developing a love of… 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 topic and others were addressed … 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 place winner, Khattab Abdullah fr… More...

Noire Youth Theatre Company
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 set up their own theatre compan… 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 out, we spoke with Sebastián … 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 his teaching career around the … 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 students; they are so passionate abo… More...

Zombie Cow Party

Who runs the world? Zombie cows... Gemma Quirolo shares five uplifting moments of everyday celebration of diversity in her classroom. Just because... More...

Photo © Elaine Bonici
Keeep.... dancing!

From the U.K. to the Netherlands, on to Ireland, then Moscow. The Bonicis keep getting on a plane to help their boys pursue their dancing dreams. Can … More...

A "reading for pleasure" book list for teachers
Summer Reads – Enjoy your holidays!

A selection of brilliant voices from around the world – unputdownable novels that can take you worlds away without leaving your favourite reading sp… More...

Learning online – anywhere in the world
The voices of global students

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 … More...

Teaching in France: headteacher Stephen Jankowski shares his experience

Steve is a firm believer of an alternative approach to teaching – simultaneously innovative, creative and dynamic, whilst additionally nurturing the… More...

What is it like to teach in Mexico?

Londoner, Thomas Stephens, taught English as a foreign language in Guadalajara, Mexico. More...

What is it like to teach in Brazil?

Teaching abroad turned out to be one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. More...

What is it like to teach in Nepal?

Anandi Vara taught in Kathmandu, Nepal, then at a monastery in Pokhara. More...

Kirsty Murray taught at a French secondary school for a year
What is it like to teach in France?

Kirsty Murray taught at a French secondary school. More...

What is it like to teach in the Czech Republic?

Nicola Quiggin taught in the Czech Republic. More...

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