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New issue of International Schools Journal is last to be published in association with ECIS April 21, 2015

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in International education.
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ISJ 2015 April web-readyWe are pleased to announce the publication of the April 2015 issue of the International Schools Journal.

Copies of the journal will be sent out to subscribers in the next few days.

Regrettably, it is the last issue to be published with ECIS, who have been associated with the journal for 34 years.

However, John Catt continue to publish the journal in both print and digital formats. We understand how highly regarded the journal is in schools and are keen to make sure that this unique source of opinion and research remains available to all those with an interest in international education.

ECIS member schools who have requested a print copy will receive this issue as normal. But these schools will no longer receive the journal for free and will be required to take out a subscription if they wish to keep receiving the journal. Schools will also no longer be sent PDF copies for free as part of their ECIS membership.

You can sign up for either a one or two-year subscription by visiting our bookshop.

The new issue includes the following articles:

Alliance retrospective, Mumbai, October 2014

The challenge of nurturing intercultural competence in young people, Kenneth Cushner

Valuing languages and cultures: the first step towards developing intercultural understanding, Debra Rader

Intercultural understanding and national contexts: bicycle needs frame, Boris Prickarts

Bravely searching for the ‘Nature of intercultural understanding’, Sumaya Alyusuf

Peace and tolerance – value education discourse in India, Shweta Sharma

The inter-cultural toolbox – a means for developing intercultural competencies, Mike Izzard & Martha Ross

Part 2

Evolving the IB Middle Years Programme: Curriculum, Robert Harrison

Historical Vignettes

Tracing the path of ESL provision in international schools over the last four decades. Part 2, Maurice Carder

From good idea to global influence: ECIS turns 50, Kevin J Ruth

Book reviews

The changing landscape of international schooling: implications for theory and practice by Tristan Bunnell

The Restless School by Roy Blatchford

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