Welcome to the Spring 2016 edition of International School Parent.
International School Parent works with schools around the world to bring you up to date information and articles inspired by International School education. In this issue:
- Move it or lose it! Dr Laurence Van Hanswijck de Jonge, Child Developmental Psychologist, has provided a fantastic article on the benefits of regular exercise in childhood development. In a school day, most children will get the right amount of exercise for the day. But what more can be done at home? Find out more inside.
- Social media is fast moving and dynamic. It can feel sometimes like our kids are born with an innate knowledge of how things work and are miles ahead. Therefore, Nicola White, from International School of Zug and Luzern, gives us a valuable run down of some of the biggest sites out there to give us a leg up on our kids.
- Do you see yourself as an immigrant or an expatriate? The difference can be immense. In order to help us out, Dean Marriot, Director of the World Language Learning Centre at GEMS World Academy, steers us through these tricky waters.
- We chat to Thomas Schädler, Director General at Collège du Léman. Thomas takes us through his career to date, and also lets us know what led to him working in Switzerland. He also talks to us about what his plans for the school are, including their new fantastic new gym and boarding house.
Read all of these articles, and many more, in our Spring 2016 magazine. International School Parent is a seasonal magazine, aiming to bring you interesting and topical articles for all the family.
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