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By Shwetangna Chakrabarty
26-Oct-22
This guide to November and December will focus on the most important purpose of a counselor’s job, guiding students to the right university… ..more
+ 2022
By Shwetangna Chakrabarty
17-Aug-22
A month-by-month countdown of university counseling… ..more
+ 2021
By David Richards
13-Oct-21
Many high education institutions have changed their entry requirements due to the pandemic. Schools need to take additional measures to help students meet the new requirements. ..more
By Anne Keeling
29-Sep-21
The international student pathway to higher education has been severely tested during COVID-19. This reports to better understand how the world’s universities are moving forward in the light of these challenges, ..more
By Robbie Jefferiss
11-May-21
Covid-19 has definitively changed many industries, and Robbie Jefferiss thinks college counseling might be one of them. Is it time to acknowledge that campus visits and college fairs are an outdated model of recruitment in the zoom era? ..more
+ 2020
By Robbie Jefferiss
15-Sep-20
Here in Singapore, we do an exercise with our Grade 11 students, asking them to visualize their future lives at age 30. COVID-19 rendered the exercise more fraught than usual. Flexibility of thinking may be one of the greatest strengths we can impart to our students at this time. ..more
+ 2019
By Shwetangna Chakrabarty
05-Jun-19
Council of International Schools (CIS) organizes a university tour once every year during the summer. From this experience, I've distilled five main tips for students as they embark on the university admissions process. ..more
+ 2018
By Anne Keeling
03-Oct-18
ISC Research reports that student enrollment increased globally during the last twelve months by 7 percent, taking the total number of children now learning at international schools to 5.1 million, a compound annual growth rate in the past five years of 6.7 percent. ..more
By Natasha Warikoo, Harvard University
27-Sep-18
More and more students at Harvard are examining their admission files to try to understand how they got in. The U.S. government is also plans to examine the files as part of a discrimination case filed by 63 Asian- American groups. ..more
By Jennifer Ann Aquino
14-Feb-18
Rather than perpetuate the cycle of anxiety-stress-unhappiness, exploring the university admissions process should be an opportunity for our students to learn more about themselves and to embrace their unique interests. ..more
By Tiffani Razavi, TIE Staff Writer
02-Feb-18
A recent report from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) based on data collected in 2015 indicates that, although there is no gender difference in science assessment scores at 15, girls at that age are less likely than boys to see themselves in a science or engineering career. ..more
By Richard Bampfylde
27-Sep-18
International College (IC), Lebanon, one of the largest international schools in the world with over 3,600 students across two campuses, has successfully integrated the world-renowned Danielson Framework into its educational practices. ..more

LIFESTYLE

What’s the Rush?
By Natasha Winnard
Nov 2022

The Importance of Play
By Dr. Ben Fishman
Nov 2022

PEDAGOGY & LEARNING

Sample Lessons for Centering Social Media in Our SEL Conversations
By Jeff Utecht and Tricia Friedman
Nov 2022

The Future of Reading in the Digital Age: The Shift to “Bi-Literate” Brain
By Aberra B. Belayneh
Nov 2022

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Key Takeaways: ISC Research [email protected] Conference
By Nalini Cook
Jul 2022

Data Visualizations for Schools
By Piotr Olczak
Mar 2022

STUDENT VOICE

Transforming the Colorblind Picture
By Connor Rule, Grade 12
Oct 2022

Day 9: Making Time for Student-Driven Learning
By Chris Clark
Nov 2022

THE PRINCIPALS' TRAINING CENTER

Congratulations to the 2022 PTC Graduates
By Sue Easton
Nov 2022

A Summer of Learning With the PTC
By Sue Easton
Oct 2022

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