Research-Based Wellbeing for International School Students

International school educators, support staff, and administration – along with parents sending their children to these schools – will all benefit from the valuable insights offered in this workshop.

Our Director of Research and International Education, Tanya Crossman, will share research specific to the international school student population, along with insights from 18 years’ experience working with international families.

Gain a deeper understanding of the emotional and cultural tools international school students require for both daily wellbeing and long-term thriving. Also learn practical tools you can implement school wide, in the classroom, in the staffroom, and at home.


Recording Duration

1.5 hours


Tanya Crossman

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Meet the instructor

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Tanya Crossman

Director of Research and Education Services

Tanya is a leading expert in the field of modern Third Culture Kids and issues facing cross-cultural families. She is the author of Misunderstood: The Impact of Growing Up Overseas in the 21st Century (2016), a book which opens a window on the experience of an international childhood in the internet age. Tanya serves TCK Training families - offering virtual debriefing, parent coaching, consulting, and training - particularly to those living in Eastern Hemisphere time zones. She conducts research on behalf of TCK Training in the area of TCKs and ACE scores.

Click on the video on the left to meet Tanya! 

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