By Dean Outerson If you think about it, schools haven’t changed much. My experience with school was basically the same as my parents’ experience and even my grandparents’ experience. The education model that continues to survive well into the 21st century was conceived in the…

By Linda Belonje. Director of Marketing and Development, KIS International School A well-rounded education offers students the opportunity of developing skills that are deemed useful in life, at school, and in the real world. Some of the skills that are in demand are leadership skills….

By Brett Penny (Head of School, NIST International School) & Jared Kuruzovich (Director of Communications, NIST International School) “Expansion of leadership is about empowerment – opportunity, space, support, capacity and growth.” – XVII, Building Leadership Capacity for School Improvement Businesses and organizations around the globe…

By Karima Ramji, Manager International Programs, University of Victoria Every year, thousands of energetic, passionate students flock from university campuses to the ever-shifting world of work. But career prospects are changing—in a year-long cross-Canada research study published in 2018, RBC found that over 25% of…

by Jake Varley, Primary Principal, Berkeley International School As educational leaders, we face great challenges. Sir Ken Robinson observes that ‘the more complex the world becomes, the more creative we need to be to meet its challenges’. For this reason, it is critical to instead look…

By Neva Whiteman, the Marketing Officer & ELL Teacher at the British Columbia International School of Bangkok Seth Godin, entrepreneur and best-selling author is adamant “The secret of leadership is simple: Do what you believe in. Paint a picture of the future. Go there. People will…

By Jason Cooper, Primary Principal, Bangkok Patana School As we begin another school year, I’d like you to think about your definition of success. What is it that you will discuss with your child/children in June 2019 when you reflect on the academic year? Often,…

By Paul Gambles You may have noticed that household debt in Canada has gone up a little recently. To be precise, it has increased by some C$1.53 trillion or 250% since the end of 1999; and by C$910 billion or 74% in the last decade…

By David Doran and Alec Goldman We’ve known for a while now that tomorrow’s jobs will look markedly different from today’s; according to a McKinsey and Company study, “…60 percent of occupations have at least 30 percent of constituent work activities that could be automated.”…