SHARING GOOD PRACTICE

Fostering a coaching culture in international schools

What do we mean by a coaching culture and why does it matter in an international school setting? Coaching has been a part of the...

Marketing your school is all about the storytelling!

According to the latest ICS Research Report (February 2018), there are 9,318 international schools in the world. How can you set yours apart? A...

Kate Jones Loves to Teach

Kate was born and grew up in North Wales in a small village, she attended the local Primary and Secondary schools and learned to...

Meet our writer Betina Fuentes

Teach Middle East Magazine first met Betina Fuentes when she reached out to us prior to moving to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Her eagerness...

What is NEASC Accreditation?

If you are a part of the current 31 schools that associate with the American Curriculum in Dubai, by now you have heard about...

Find the right balance with integrating technology in the classroom

Author, C. Bonk in his book, The World is Open: How Web Technology is Revoluntionizing Education, credits technology as one of the most revolutionary...

Know Thy Impact: Data Powerful Schools and Pupil Assessment Capability

“The truth does not reveal itself to idle spectators.” (Crawford, 2009) When considering if a school is Data Powerful, we should reflect on this thought...

5 Myths About Teaching Learners With Special Educational Needs

Do you have learners with special educational needs (SENs) in your class? Have you had any training for teaching these learners? Probably not. Global governments...

Handing over the learning space

My last two articles introduced ideas to help schools consider how well they prepare students for rapidly changing and unpredictable futures. I explored the...

Using Minecraft to enhance students’ literacy skills

Minecraft is an amazingly creative, digital tool. Yet, it’s much more than just a computer game or electronic Lego. Minecraft liberates creativity and allows individual...