The International School Student Profile
What does being internationally minded mean?
The International School Student Profile Report addresses how the promise of an international education for students has resulted in the dramatic growth in the international schools market, and explores some of the factors influencing the international school student profile at a local level.
This report summarises how the profile of an international school student has shifted over the past forty years:
- How is the international school sector, which was established to meet the needs of one particular student profile, adapting to meet the needs of a very different one?
- What are the influences impacting market growth, and have international schools shifted their vision, ethos, and teaching and learning sufficiently in the light of the new student demographic they serve?
- Are international schools that market themselves as developing students with a global context or, more specifically, developing international mindedness, delivering what they promise?
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Let’s share good practice!
100% of respondents in the two research surveys said that international mindedness is not knowingly measured in their classrooms. Open dialogue in schools around international mindedness is key. With this in mind, our specialist report invites readers to explore the following questions:
- How do international schools deliver international mindedness?
- Are students well equipped to understand the difference between international mindedness and cultural intelligence?
- What can be done to develop and measure international mindedness?
Included in this report
- SECTION 1: How the international school student profile has changed
- SECTION 2: Our research
- SECTION 3: How international schools develop international mindedness of students, and suggestions for improvement
- SECTION 4: Conclusions and recommendations