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Action research as an improvement driver in international schools

Action research as an improvement driver in international schools

By engaging in action research projects, a team of advanced skills teachers have successfully improved the quality of teaching and learning against the school improvement plan. By supporting practice with educational research and emphasising the ‘why’ behind improvement efforts, staff members have bought into the process and are achieving more meaningful progress.

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Make bilingual CPD part of your leadership development strategy

Make bilingual CPD part of your leadership development strategy

One problem that often appears in schools with a high proportion of local staff is the difficulty they have in accessing the plethora of professional development opportunities that are only accessible to those with a professional or proficient level of English. There is a solution, which does not seem to be common practice, which is to deliver professional development programmes bilingually. Jeremy Newton shares some tips to help international educators clarify what is possible and how to implement a professional development programme at their school.

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Enhancing careers of the local workforce

Enhancing careers of the local workforce

For the third year in a row, Wellington College China has received HR Asia’s Best companies to work for award and is the only education company to receive this honour. It stems from a strategic priority for the group to be the employer of choice in the region – both foreign and local. Is this a duty or a choice for all of us as leaders in the international school sector?

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