WISEducation Magazine Issue 3 coming soon!

I’m very excited to share the front cover of issue 3 of the WISEducation Magazine, which is coming very soon! This issue contains several new articles on a wide variety of wellbeing related topics, including; the paradox of connectivity, ‘firm but fair’: setting healthy boundaries in pastoral provision, and being away from home: the impactContinue reading “WISEducation Magazine Issue 3 coming soon!”

Issue 2 of the WISEducation Newsletter is out NOW!

Hi everyone, I’m really excited to share the second issue of the WISEducation Newsletter! WISEducation Newsletter Issue 2 Issue 2 contains a range of articles from 14 different contributors based across the world including Thailand, Holland, Hong Kong, Singapore, Myanmar and the UK. Inside you’ll find articles covering topics such as student identity, LGBT+ teachersContinue reading “Issue 2 of the WISEducation Newsletter is out NOW!”

Letting students surprise us: The power of being proven wrong

I think it’s really interesting how people can change over time. For example, I now really enjoy working in a school setting in a pastoral capacity, but I had a history of being disengaged at school. In primary school, social services had to get involved because I refused to go to school. In secondary school,Continue reading “Letting students surprise us: The power of being proven wrong”

A little about myself and the WISEducation blog!

My name is Dr Sadie Hollins and I currently work as a Head of Sixth Form at an International School in Chiang Mai, Thailand. My background prior to working in international education was as a HE lecturer and researcher focusing on sport and sociology. After a decision to take a different life path, my partnerContinue reading “A little about myself and the WISEducation blog!”