- Ensure school communities possess knowledge and understanding of the signs and risks of child abuse.
- Develop understanding and common interpretation of the new Accreditation Standards to support the development of effective policies and practices.
- Focus on challenges facing school communities as they strive to interpret various cultural attitudes and actions in addressing forms of abuse.
- Defining and Understanding the Causes and Practices of Sexual Abusers
- The Impact of Child Trauma on Learning: Describing the long term impact of abuse on educational outcomes and adult life
- Managing Allegations/Investigating Abuse in a School Community
- Strand 1 for School Leaders: School Policies and Practices – Implementation
- Strand 2 for Counsellors, Nurses and Teachers: Curriculum, Education and Student Outcomes
October 13 and 14, 2016
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This event will be held in the Centre for Development, Learning and Technology at the International School of Amsterdam (ISA).
The Council of International Schools (CIS) is a membership community committed to high quality international education. As a global non-profit membership organisation, CIS provides services to primary and secondary schools, higher education institutions and individuals that share these ideals: a desire to provide students with the knowledge, skills and abilities to pursue their lives as global citizens; and a commitment to high quality international education.
To achieve this goal, our members must infuse their programmes and offerings with international and intercultural perspective so that students can move forward with the attitudes and understanding that will provide them with a solid base wherever their studies or work may take them. Primary and secondary school members must further commit to undertaking an ongoing external quality assurance process to enhance student learning.
The CIS community includes 711 schools and 512 colleges and universities representing 112 countries.