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One in ten international school students have attitudinal roadblocks to learning

GL Education's new report on wellbeing in international schools outlines how high expectations and a lack of confidence in learning ability can negatively impact student wellbeing.

  • GL Education
  • International Schools
  • Mental Health
  • Report
  • Wellbeing
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Making an impact: Teacher training & adult literacy in the warm heart of Africa

Emma took 10 weeks of unpaid leave from her teaching job at a British school in the Netherlands to train teachers in Malawi. Here, she shares her enlightening story with us. 

  • Africa
  • Malawi
  • Professional Development
  • Teacher Training
  • Volunteering
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Online peer observation in teaching: new practices and new possibilities for development

Engagement in online peer observation, especially when it comes to teaching, can lead directly to improvements in the student experience according to Nicholas Bowskill from the University of Derby.

  • CPD
  • Online Learning
  • Peer Observation
  • Professional Development
  • Teaching
  • University of Derby
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Are you sure you know exactly what you want for your new school building?

How would you like your new school building to look? Did it turn our as you envisaged? Gareth Long shares his experiences of working with international schools on new builds.

  • Gareth Long
  • New School Buildings
  • School Architect
  • School Architecture
  • School Builds
  • School Design
  • The Learning Crowd
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How are your children using social media? The facts!

Do your students have a social media presence? Of course they do. Simon Noakes provides us with some useful tips on the safe use of social when it comes to children. 

  • communications
  • digital
  • Facebook
  • Future School
  • Instagram
  • Interactive Schools
  • Snapchat
  • Social Media
  • Social Networks
  • Students
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
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Burberry, Bentleys, Bovril and British teachers: What makes these exports so popular (and will it last?)

John Martin explores why 'Brand Britain' is thriving when it comes to global education

  • Britain
  • British Education
  • British International Schools Overseas
  • British Schools Overseas
  • Culture
  • International British Schools
  • International Schools
  • ToucanTech
  • UK
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How can you involve students in creating video content for your school?

Has your school got a school video club? Read Charlie Gauvain's 6-point guide to help schools encourage students to lead on the production of video content.

  • Creativity
  • School Guides
  • School Marketing
  • School Video Club
  • School Videos
  • Students
  • Video
  • YouTube
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English Immersion - the benefits of a study period in the UK for international students

A short time experiencing British education in the UK can have many benefits for international students according to Mark Jeynes.

  • Boarding Schools
  • English immersion
  • Independent Schools
  • International Students
  • Summer Schools
  • UK schools
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