SHARING GOOD PRACTICE

Help Students to Develop Their Mathematical Identities.

Helping students to learn to do mathematics, rather than just calculate and determine solutions, requires students to adopt the identity of a student mathematician....

Modelling Mathematics Indoors and Outdoors

Modelling helps to bring abstract concepts alive to students. In lower grades, students are introduced to the concept of modelling in Mathematics for the...

Using Technology to Enhance Engagement in Science Classes

Teaching science to students who are English Language learners can be very daunting as they are required to learn via a yet-un-mastered language. If...

Self-Evaluation – The Backbone of a Great School

International schools have long carried out self-evaluation in every aspect of their work, but it has not always been performed objectively and systematically to...

How to support innovation and develop thinking skills in very young...

Innovation is the buzz word in schools today and there are various science and technology programmes available to support this. A good education is...

Mastery in Mathematics Fewer Things in Greater Depth

“If people knew how hard I worked to get my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all.” Michelangelo We are in the midst of a...

Learning Outside the Classroom in the early years

It is very evident that young students often feel confined and restricted within their classroom and enjoy being outside, whether this is in a...

How to involve parents in the learning journey

Classroom performance and academic achievements are significantly influenced by the extent to which a child’s parents become involved in school life, and the interest...

Supporting Students diagnosed with Autism

Children as young as 4 years old are being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the numbers are now increasing rapidly. Autism is...

Gender Bias in Schools: A Dubai Case Study

Gender Bias is a prevalent issue relating to SEND identification across the globe. Following analysis of SEND data over a two-year period at Ranches...