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Latest issue of International School magazine published August 31, 2011

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Magazines, New releases.
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Issue 14.1 of International School (is) magazine is back from the printers and will shortly be arriving at international schools around the world.

Editor Caroline Ellwood turns her focus on creativity in the classroom, as she notes in her comment piece at the start of the issue.

“The power of creativity in learning has become increasingly recognised in education. Its impact has been explored by teachers in many different schools across the world. It is considered good teaching practice, especially in schools that invest in training and where faculty have strong admistrative support and encouragement. Being creative means taking risks and that needs to be shared out, so administrators, teachers, students and, to some extent, parents need to be convinced. No, not just convinced: they need to be enthusiastic.”

Contributors to the magazine include curriculum heads at the International Baccalaureate; teachers at The American School of Budapest, The International School of Azerbaijan; the International School, Dhaka; Pre Vert International School, Cairo; and the Yokohama International School in Japan.

International School (is) magazine, the official magazine for the European Council of International Schools, reflects the full diversity and professionalism of international educators. Published three times a year it goes to heads, teachers and administrators in schools around the world. £15 pays for a one-year subscription.

Don’t forget, for a limited time you can receive a free digital version of the magazine. More information here.

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