Intellectual wellbeing in international schools

Follow the links below to explore a series of articles that I wrote for the International Schools Network on how intellectual wellbeing can positively impact teaching and learning in international contexts. The key is to link practice and practice architectures in a critical way that leads to transformation. Start by becoming attentive to practice and your place in practice. Then progress to analysis and critique before identifying a locus of change and a route to transformation. These ideas a deeply influenced by Stephen Kemmis’ work in this field and his excellent new book, which can be found (free!) here.

Hope you enjoy!

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