Exploring international school education

International School Education for a Changing World

This literature review is the first of the two literature reviews commissioned as part of the year-long process aimed at articulating elements of a renewed ACS International Schools philosophy and expected school-wide learning results.

International Schools for a Changing World, focusses on the evolving position and role of international education within the wider education sector.  It has been written by Mallory Perry Ed.M. and edited by Christina Hinton Ed.D., from the Harvard Graduate School of Education Research Schools International.

We would like your comments on this literature review, please download and complete this Consultation Response Form and email it to Latifa Hassanali (lhassanali@acs-schools.com).

This literature review was presented by its author, Mallory Perry, at a twilight seminar on Wednesday, 16th September 2015.  To watch the recording of the presentation please click here https://youtu.be/NADzrXH313o

Teaching and Learning for a Changing World

This literature review is the second of the two literature reviews commissioned as part of the year-long process aimed at articulating elements of a renewed ACS International Schools philosophy and expected school-wide learning results.

In preparation for BIG Think II, planned for 11 November 2015, this second literature review, ‘Teaching and Learning for a Changing World,’ focuses on the published, peer-reviewed academic literature related to the qualities of teaching and learning that are valued and needed in international schools. It has been written by Mallory Perry Ed.M. and edited by Christina Hinton Ed.D., with contributions by Research Schools International researchers, Soojin Eun, Myra LalDin, Siwen Wang and Marcus Waldman.

We would like your comments on this literature review, please download and complete this Consultation Response Form and email it to Latifa Hassanali (lhassanali@acs-schools.com).

This literature review was presented by its author, Mallory Perry, at a twilight seminar on Wednesday, 28th October 2015.  To watch the recording of the presentation please click here https://youtu.be/UyY5GB0etgA

Horizon Scanning – A report about emerging ideas in education

This report has been researched and written by Soojin Eun and edited by Mallory Perry, both of whom work for Research Schools International, a project of Harvard Graduate School of Education staff members.

It is intended to present information about emerging ideas in education that are not yet represented in the peer-reviewed literature. The report was developed in response to requests from participants in the BIG Think I and II processes (September – November 2015) who were aware of new developments in the field of education and did not feel they were adequately represented in the literature reviews published to support the BIG Thinks.