Teaching and Learning in International Schools : Lessons from Primary Practice-9781913453497

Teaching and Learning in International Schools : Lessons from Primary Practice

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An essential guide to teaching and learning in international schools for pre- and in-service educators around the world. With more and more teachers working in international schools, this book provides a practical and accessible examination of effective pedagogy in this specific context. Using case studies that can be applied in a range of settings, it explores key areas of classroom practice such as collaboration and student agency, along with emergent approaches such as play-based, concept-based and enquiry-based teaching and learning. In addition, it gazes towards students' future needs, exploring themes such as new literacies and intercultural competence. "The thoughtful questions posed throughout the text have the potential to guide some important conversations and prompt positive, professional growth." Kath Murdoch, Seastar Education Consulting"This is a text that is much needed in national and international education." Malcolm Nicolson, Director Erimus Education"Modelling the power and value of collaboration, a cohort of very accomplished educators with international experience have united to share numerous practical examples to support effective teaching and learning." Dr Jennifer Chang Wathall, independent education consultant"...connects readers to new or different researchers beyond what is shared in IB publications, therefore widening the research base and highlighting new strategies to help educators keen to innovate in their practice." Sandy Paton, PYP Educator and independent consultant

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