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Welcoming Students Who are Displaced in Your Community: Traveling to Switzerland

I was delighted to work with the inspiring Nilmini Ratwatte Henstridge (@NRatwatte) to consider how we can best support displaced students in the international school community. Having experienced displacement in her own life, her insights and reflections are so pertinent valuable for us all.Please listen away and also read Nilmini's piece. https://youtu.be/9mIz08kRPf4 https://www.schoolrubric.org/welcoming-students-who-are-displaced-in-your-community-traveling-to-switzerland/

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I’m 33rd in the world!

Apart from quite liking the appearance of the number 33, I now am properly branded 33 (not in age unfortunately!). Today, I unexpectedly received an email from ISC Research informing me that I am officially one of the top influencers of 2021 within international education; I am 33rd. ISC Research, the leading provider of English-medium… Continue reading I’m 33rd in the world!

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Being Braver: How Can You Make Steps Into Leadership?

First published 14/06/21 on the International Schools Network (ISN) https://edco-isn-staging.edcowebsites.co.uk/articles/open/being-braver-how-can-you-make-steps-into-leadership/ We need great leaders, full stop. This matters. This matters because every person working in our schools matters. And it is our leaders in our communities that act as the cohesion, the cohesive unifying force that supports us all on our paths, empowering our community. … Continue reading Being Braver: How Can You Make Steps Into Leadership?

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Podcast S3 E7 Learning Communities: How to foster continuous learning. www.theartandscienceoflearning.com

A powerful source of learning and culture in any organization can come from having a well structured and supported learning community. It may be difficult in busy workplaces to prioritize creating and supporting learning communities, but the benefits of doing so are numerous and can be the glue that holds everything together. To discuss the… Continue reading Podcast S3 E7 Learning Communities: How to foster continuous learning. www.theartandscienceoflearning.com

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TES Podcast: Why maintaining international networks matters

Liz Free (@LizAmfree) with Dan Worth (@DanWorth), Senior Editor, TES - released 24th November 2020 In the latest edition of the Tes International podcast we chat with Liz Free, the director and CEO of International School Rheintal in Switzerland. She discusses the challenge that international schools have faced this year, given that their usual routes to connecting with… Continue reading TES Podcast: Why maintaining international networks matters

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To PD or not to PD? That’s the Question…

https://issuu.com/ecischools/docs/global_insights_november2019 It is THE question that cuts to the core of what we believe as teachers and school leaders.  Just as Hamlet faced core moments of ethical quandary, so do we as educationalists.  And it is in these moments of adversity, of challenging financial times, that the decisions we make about appropriate funding (in all… Continue reading To PD or not to PD? That’s the Question…

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Great Leaders Inspire Greatness in Others: Leadership in 2019

What is great leadership in 2019? Leadership looks exactly the same today as it always has; or does it?  I was recently asked by Independent Education Today ‘What does great school leadership look like in 2019?’  Well, I would argue that in many ways it looks the same as it always has been, but with a few very visible… Continue reading Great Leaders Inspire Greatness in Others: Leadership in 2019

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10% Braver: Inspiring Women to Lead Education

Am feeling excited on this #SuperSaturday as the new @WomenEd book has now been published by Sage. Written by the community for the community, I feel really privileged to have been able to contribute to this global movement and bring an international perspective to the book. ‘Be 10% Braver NOW! We are delighted to announce… Continue reading 10% Braver: Inspiring Women to Lead Education

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The 10 Questions You Should Ask Your Team…

One of my most favourite things about summer holidays is that I get time to read. I plan my book purchases well in advance (with true antiquated sentiment I cling on to my hardbacks) and buy actual newspapers! I read fervently everyday before falling into a siesta slumber every afternoon. An article that begin ruminating… Continue reading The 10 Questions You Should Ask Your Team…