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ECIS members – get in touch for your free copy of the latest International Schools Journal April 17, 2012

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in Conferences, International education, New releases.
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Our MD Jonathan Evans and managing editor Alex Sharratt have recently returned from the annual ECIS Leadership Conference, this year held in Vienna.

They received excellent feedback to the latest edition of the International Schools Journal, which came back from our printers in the days leading up to the conference.

If you are an ECIS member, you are entitled to a free printed copy of the ISJ. Just send an email to me at jonathanbarnes@johncatt.com and we will send on your copy.

This latest edition, edited by Caroline Ellwood, includes the following articles:

Comment: Charles Dickens’ international school by Caroline Ellwood

Tea and oysters: metaphors for a global education by George Walker

Creating contact zones: ISTA festivals and the practice of WE by Dinos Aristidou

Creative institutional partnerships that enhance experiential  learning in times of crisis by Robin Berting and Marta Vernet

Routes to international higher education: university admission officers’ research by Jeremy Lewis

Pedagogic discourse: a language for the description and analysis of international curriculum implementation by James Cambridge

Online learning in the IB by Denise Perrault and Judith Fabian

Documenting strategic intent and progress with action plans by W F Johnston

Reflection on what is implied by ‘international’ with reference to  international education and international schools by Bill Roberts

Defining and evaluating international-mindedness in a school context by Richard Harwood and Katherine Bailey

Historical vignettes – Then and Now: What has become of the Atlantic College project? by David Sutcliffe

Book Review: The Changing Face of International Education; Challenges for the IB by George Walker



1. Jonathan Evans - April 17, 2012

Outstanding comment from leading international educators and commentators. Leading-edge theory and practise.

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