I recently attended the CEESA (Central and Eastern European Schools Association) Teachers Conference in Warsaw, Poland. The conference hosted teachers and administrators from across the
Over the past year, teachers at the International School of Prague have formed Professional Focus Groups (PFG) based on their own professional interests. The purpose
I recently returned from a two-week heads of school fellowship program sponsored by the Klingenstein Center at Columbia University, Teachers College in New York City.
Working at a school with a global reputation for innovation and educational leadership such as the International School of Prague, is a exhilarating and rewarding
Educators have known for many years that the traditional assessment model of letter or percentage grades, is imperfect to say the least. This is why
I recently attended the European Council of International Schools‘ annual teachers’ conference in my role as Chair of the ECIS Board of Trustees. This is