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November 2013 issue of International Schools Journal now available November 5, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in International education, New releases.
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The November 2013 issue of the International Schools Journal is now available.

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

Copies will be sent to subscribers and ECIS member schools who have asked to receive the publication in printed form. We will also have copies at our stand at the ECIS Annual Conference in Amsterdam later this month.

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 includes the following articles:

Striking the balance: Promoting the rule of law and the role of education in the work of the United Nations, Patricia O’ Brien

Supporting the professional development of teaching assistants in an international context, Estelle Tarry & Anna Cox

No data left behind, Ed Hagen & Jon Nordmeyer

Providing exceptional educational experiences to students with financial need: A modern challenge for international K-12 Schools, Stefanos Gialamas & Peggy Pelonis

The future of the librarian as a meta-data specialist, Tamatha Bibbo & Roberto d’Erizans

Using energizers to enhance memory recall in grade 8, Josselyn J van der Pol

Globally-minded students:defining, measuring and developing intercultural sensitivity, Simon Taylor

Curriculum for global citizenship, William G Huitt

The teacher’s managed heart in an international school setting, Sudha Sunder

Historical vignette – Dr T Michael Maybury, Niall Nelson

Book reviews

Mind your Head
An Emotional Intelligence Guide for School Leaders By David Boddy
Reviewed by Terry Haywood

Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good By James Davies
Reviewed by Richard Pearce

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