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ISJ Fall 2022 (Digital Edition)



  • From The Editor / Caroline Ellwood
  • Pechersk School International, Kyiv, Ukraine: The Story Of How – Learning Continues In A School Impacted By War / Rachel Caldwell
  • History – The First Casualty Of War – A Lesson From Tolstoy’s ‘War And Peace.’ / Paul Regan
  • Tea And Oysters: Metaphors For A Global Education / George Walker
  • Conscious And Unconscious Culture / Richard Pearce
  • Critical Hope For Culturally Responsive International Schools / Darnell Fine, Wendy Windust
  • Students’ Experiences Of The Dot B Mindfulness Program In The Middle Years Programme Of The International Baccalaureate In The Netherlands / Mary. C. Kelly
  • Historical Vignette – Ruminations From Grey Mattern And 5 Key Research Projects In International Education From The Interwar Years, Part 2 / Bob Sylvester
  • International Schools – A Developing Market And An Innovative Sector / Nalini Cook
  • Accreditation, Strategic Planning, And Distributive Leadership: A Single And Powerful Process For Engaging And Empowering A Community To Build The Desired Culture Of Learning And CoCreate A Road Map For Growth – A Case Study: St Johnsbury Academy, Jeju, South Korea / Darlene Fisher, Michael Fisher
  • ‘It Opened My Mind’: Namibian Teacher Professional Development Via EdCamp / Joanne M. Marshall, Rick Fitzpatrick
  • Book Review – Interpreting International Education: In Honour Of Professor Jeff Thompson / Richard Caffyn