From around the International Schools Partnership
Communication – both verbal and written – is undoubtedly one of the key skills most of us use in our daily work lives. This communication is highly purposeful; we have a goal and an aim for what we are trying to achieve.
They learn a myriad of things – which can broadly be placed into three categories – the learning of knowledge, the learning of skills and the learning of attitudes.
It is clear that the current political, social and economic turmoil will gather pace making the future for the young people in education uncertain.
Much of this short article will discuss why international mindedness is so problematic, so let me declare my commitment to it as an idea (and hopefully as an attitude and as behaviours.)
As the Ambassadors’ trip to Mexico for students and staff of ISP schools continues, a blog has been launched to follow the exciting new experiences of students at Instituto Thomas Jefferson and in Mexico City
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