SHARING GOOD PRACTICE

Pedagogy and Technology: Teaching and Learning in the Age of COVID-19

By: Natasha Cox Globally, educators have altered their methods of instructional facilitation, due to COVID-19, prompting pandemic driven teaching and learning practices. As a result,...

Are You Making Adequate Provision for Gifted and Talented Students?

By: Shakila Mohammed All students have the right to access equal and quality education that addresses their strengths and weaknesses. Most of the schools have...

Does Your Classroom Help Children Learn?

What a year we are having! Our classrooms, which were once a place of safety and stability, have changed, in ways we could never...

5 Tips For Keeping Students Focused And Engaged When Learning Remotely

By: Al Kingsley Students’ focus and attention were already an issue in most schools before COVID-19, but with online classes, now becoming the norm for...

Strategies for Effective and Consistent Whole School Development

By: Jeff Evans Since March 2020, most school leaders and teachers have found themselves in challenging times that require even more flexibility and hard work...

Is Wellbeing a Realistic Goal?

By: Rachel Batty Wellbeing has never been so important; a paradigm shift has gradually taken root in many schools around the world. The concept of...

Education Outlook 2021 and Beyond

By:  Ramesh Mudgal It has been a whole year since the COVID-19 crisis first attacked us, and slowly everyone is coming to terms with the...

EMBRACING MINDFUL PRACTICES DURING ONLINE CLASSES

By: Sheela George As educators, we are all interested in the way our children learn and enjoy their experiences as they progress and develop.  High–quality...

Examining Expatriate Teacher Retention in the UAE

“I came here for a good time, not a long time.” Known as the epicentre of international schooling, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) boasts of...

A Closer Look at Leadership Models

By: Israa Khamis What is Leadership? Whenever Leadership is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is seniority or having power in a group. Still,...