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Promoting awareness of human trafficking through primary and secondary connections

Promoting awareness of human trafficking through primary and secondary connections

Jannapha Hubeny and Kennon Coe, primary educators at Atlanta International School (AIS), are dedicated to raising awareness about human trafficking both within their school community and on a global scale. They serve as key facilitators of the school’s organisation, Atlanta International School Against Human Trafficking (AISAHT), working tirelessly to educate students and combat this critical issue.

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More than just a grade: Improving assessment literacy with leadership from the middle

More than just a grade: Improving assessment literacy with leadership from the middle

In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ISF Academy in Hong Kong embarked upon the Assessment as Responsive Teaching (ART) Project. This emerged from a Professional Learning Community (PLC) on Assessment for Learning. Nicholas Forde outlines how a PLC model with ‘leadership from the middle’ can act as a driver of change within a school community.

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Standardised assessments that meet the demands of international schools

Standardised assessments that meet the demands of international schools

For international educators, finding the right progress assessment can be a tight balancing act; with an increasing number of schools now teaching a combination of curricula across subjects, assessing progress effectively can present several challenges. Cerys Hadwin-Owen, Senior Lead Product Manager at Hodder Education, explores how choosing a skills-based assessment has many advantages in an international context.

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Empowering global citizens: DPS International’s journey towards sustainable impact

Empowering global citizens: DPS International’s journey towards sustainable impact

DPS International School in Gurugram won a 2024 International School Award for its Student Task Force, reflecting their commitment to innovative, student-led initiatives for community wellbeing. Gunjan Tomar, Activities and Service as Action Coordinator at DPS International School, tells us about the evolution of the Student Task Force and the various initiatives to exist within it.

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What do our students think ‘leadership’ is?

What do our students think ‘leadership’ is?

Schools are often keen to bandy about the term ‘leadership’. But it begs the question. In placing so much value on acquiring leadership skills, what exactly are we promoting, and how? Tom Wingate, Head Teacher at The Wingate School in Mexico City, discusses some insights into what students think of the above question and shares some useful leadership qualities.

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