The summer print edition of International School Magazine has been published and is proving a must-read for all those involved in international education.
Filling the pages this month is a wealth of articles, looking at everything from big-picture issues to classroom practice.
This quarter, highlights include Dr Ziad Azzam exploring what features a school should have to be defined as “international”, and whether that definition should change.
Elsewhere, Richard Mast looks at what curriculum and pedagogical approach to take when teaching in China and Ciara Newby offers some tips on how to advise international school students applying for university.
For the more artistically inclined, art teacher Maria Sezer describes the challenges of teaching that most hands-on of subjects —ceramics— in virtual lessons.
Perhaps most excitingly, this issue also includes an article written by students and alumni of Seisen International School in Tokyo, who talk about what it is like to belong to and be connected with an international school environment.
To access the print edition online, please click here.