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26 May 2021

By Ranjana Harlalka

Students at Sarala Birla Gyan Jyoti school in Guwahati, India have been working with enthusiasm, hope, and determination on meaningful creative projects throughout the pandemic, sometimes in collaboration with students around the world... more

By Alistair Goold

In his Action Research Project, Alistair Goold examined the role that restorative justice practices can play for international families in transition, using his own family as a case study as they faced a perfect storm of challenges... more


By Alexandra Bates

A graduating senior at Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Lima, Peru offers a beautiful reflection on her first day at the new school, capturing the anxiety that so many international students experience in transitioning but also the enriching experiences of growth in community... more
By Lindsay Kuhl, Jane Russel Velazy,
& Esther Bettney

Teachers everywhere have repeatedly faced new and ongoing challenges over the past year as we have transitioned through various forms of learning. We have tried to ensure that multilingual students' voices are heard and that we provide a variety of options so all students can succeed... more

By Kimberly Cullen

At recent virtual gatherings of international educators, Kimberly Cullen and Debra Lane asked participants to describe the struggles that women leaders face in international K-12 schools and to identify what they are willing to start and stop doing to raise themselves and others up... more

By Nayoung Weaver

Since international students are brought into tertiary education systems to diversify them, writes college counselor Nayoung Weaver, colleges should accordingly take responsibility and provide a supportive environment for these students rather than expect them to "orient"... more
By Kim Cofino

Many Women Who Lead interviewees spoke of a competitive and tense zero-sum atmosphere around female leadership positions, as if there's a pie and everyone has to frantically grab a piece because it's in danger of running out. Here's the thing: it is not a pie... more

By Dr. Howard De Leeuw

Has 2020-21 been a stressful time for you as a parent, student, teacher, or staff member? Yes? Now here's the real question: is stress harmful and to be avoided, reduced, managed, or is it rather helpful?... more

In a global competition launched by Book Creator and Planet Classroom, youth aged 11-18 were asked to create a one-page storybook, including a cover illustration, and to read it aloud. Over 480 stories poured in... more

By Tim Johnson & Tony Winch

When the authors decided to give more autonomy and control to their students, some failed to prioritize work, but many adapted well. The new approach generally made students more responsible for their learning, boosted achievement, and taught critical skills... more

By Kim Marshall

Research shows that the process of critiquing their peers' essays helped students notice and correct problems in their own writing. By receiving and providing high-level feedback targeting similar problems, students are motivated to perform better.... more
What exceptional work have your students produced
this year?
By Matthew Piercy

Being fully immersed in another school for five days is like no other professional development. And it is available to us all. Today, the United States Department of State has granted authorization to six regional non-profit accreditation agencies. Recently I was invited to participate in my first virtual visit by one of these agencies.. more
By Shwetangna Chakrabarty

I collected data from a group of teachers across the world and learned that the most common challenges we now face relate to wellbeing. Whilst still nursing pandemic wounds I found solace in service, so I thought of applying the same strategy at work, using service learning for mental wellbeing.... more
Global Book Reviews

By Margriet Ruurs

Books don't always have to be issue driven or full of information. Sometimes a just plain funny book can hook a reluctant reader into wanting to read more... more
WORTH A GLANCE
UPCOMING EVENTS
Check out the TIE Event Calendar for upcoming events, webinars, and job fairs on- and offline within the international education world.
PTC SUMMER EVENTS
LOOKING FOR A JOB?
ALBANIA, TIRANA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, MUSIC
MALAYSIA, RAFFLES AMERICAN SCHOOL, MATH
GUATEMALA, COLEGIO INTERAMERICANO, CLASSROOM TEACHER
SWITZERLAND, INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF GENEVA, ENGLISH / LANGUAGE ARTS
EGYPT, CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, SOCIAL STUDIES
VIETNAM, AMERICAN SCHOOL OF VIETNAM, DRAMA
KYRGYZSTAN, OXFORD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL
THAILAND, CHIANG RAI INTERNATIONAL , CLASSROOM TEACHER
JAPAN, MIE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, CLASSROOM TEACHER
PANAMA, MAGEN DAVID ACADEMY, PHYSICAL ED / HEALTH
KUWAIT, AMERICAN UNITED SCHOOL OF KUWAIT, FOREIGN LANGUAGES
GERMANY, BERLIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, CLASSROOM TEACHER
HONG KONG, ESF INTERNATIONAL TUNG CHUNG, CLASSROOM TEACHER
ECUADOR, EINSTEIN SCHOOL, MATH
EGYPT, ECOLE OASIS INTERNATIONAL, BIOLOGY
FRANCE, INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF PARIS, CLASSROOM TEACHER
KOSOVO, INTERNATIONAL LEARNING SCHOOL, CLASSROOM TEACHER
SPAIN, AMERICAN SCHOOL OF VALENCIA, OTHER
UNITED KINGDOM, WESTMINSTER ACADEMY, OTHER
SPAIN, RAFA NADAL INTERNATIONAL , SOCIAL STUDIES
SUDAN, KHARTOUM AMERICAN SCHOOL, MUSIC
MYANMAR, THALUN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, CLASSROOM TEACHER
KYRGYZSTAN, OXFORD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, ART

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