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@jamesgarner08 @Headteacherchat 🇹🇭🇹🇭 hot and humid Bangkok, Thailand.Read More
RT @BradleyKBusch: Learning styles eh? https://t.co/3YnNeCKuj5Read More
RT @ISC_Research: With an average of just three years per contract, what are international schools doing to support new staff? @MDS_learnin…Read More
@jillberry102 @CrownHousePub Great book... Read it many times and once more this summer before I take on my first headship. Thank you for your wisdom @jillberry102Read More
RT @jillberry102: "..a great opportunity to embed this thinking, & research suggests that small groups of 3-5 offer a richer context for ch…Read More
RT @VascoAdam: @TeacherBusy Research shows the effect size either way is close to zero, however as Professor Hattie explains here, there is…Read More
RT @SteeleThoughts: Sometimes, students make bad choices… but it doesn’t make them a bad kid. I hope we communicate that message to our st…Read More
RT @Thinkingschool2: When I first qualified as a teacher, I realised I wasn’t very good. It is a complex job. That is why I have spent my…Read More
‘ … it takes six months for an individual to ‘pack up their heart’ and a further six months to ‘unpack their heart’ – Douglas Ota in his book ‘Safe Passage‘. Douglas Ota also compares leaving a school, colleagues and friends to grief. can help... https://t.co/2XFLJrMxljRead More
After years of research, my website is up and running. Staff induction at international schools is rarely exceptional leaving a bad first impression. My goal is to change all of this! This website outlines a step by step process of how we can change this!Read More