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April 2013 issue of International Schools Journal out now April 16, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in International education, John Catt Educational news, New releases.


The April 2013 issue of the International Schools Journal is available now.

This highly respected journal is published in partnership with ECIS and features articles from leading figures in international education.

Copies will be sent to ECIS member schools who have asked to receive the publication in printed form.

If you are an ECIS member school who would like to receive the ISJ in printed form and have not requested for new issues to be sent to you, please email me at jonathanbarnes@johncatt.com and we will make the necessary arrangements. For subscription enquiries, click here.

The new issue of the ISJ includes the following articles:

A new language for culture, identity and values, Richard Pearce

The World Studies Extended Essay: challenging students on global issues, Angela Rivière

Finding the value of X: re-exploring the influence of teachers’ interpersonal qualities on learning, Paul Crowhurst

The Master of Teaching at the University of Melbourne: a clinical model for pre-service teacher preparation, Melody Anderson & Rannah Scamporlino

Professional learning with quantifiable classroom interaction data, Paul Magnuson

Fostering criticality for the iGeneration, Lodewijk van Oord & Ken Corn

Educational and online technologies and the way we learn, Lawrence Burke

A theatre for action: adopting the Khan Academy in support of a classroom model in the MYP, Eoin Lenihan

Describing the dynamic nature of mathematics as a cultural product, M Sencer Corlu

Education beyond frontiers: early signs of international mindedness, Ian Hill & Caroline Ellwood

Historical vignette – Fifty years of development: The American School of Barcelona, Robin Berting

Book reviews

Internationalizing Teacher Education in the United States, edited by Beverly Shaklee & Supriya Baily.
Reviewed by James Cambridge

Taking the IPC Forward, edited by Mary Hayden and Jeff Thompson. Reviewed by Lesley Snowball



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