A four-day professional development program where educators explore learning through Making with hands-on activities, case studies, and classroom examples. The Certificate explores the educational theory, practices, and approaches to successfully integrate learning through Making in the classroom.
Many of us dread having a hard conversation. It isn’t easy but it is necessary. How do we find voice around what matters? This workshop helps us acquire skills to be able to better have more humane and growth producing conversations with colleagues, parents, supervisors and others.
Dr. Ron Ritchhart, Principal Investigator for the Cultures of Thinking Project and Senior Research Associate at Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero, will lead this seminar, focusing on developing the kinds of thoughtful learning environments that foster powerful learning for both students and teachers.
In this advanced seminar, Dr. Ron Ritchhart, Principal Investigator for the Cultures of Thinking Project has designed a one-day course for those interested in thinking more about how they can extend, grow and support learning at their schools.
Communication is key and essential to any role. It is crucial that you have strong communication skills, to help build stronger and more reliable working relationships. With the skills from this session, you will be able to go back to your office and communicate more effectively with your manager, your work colleagues and external contacts. In time, you will see how it will help you to save time and build self-confidence within your role.
Wonder Based Teaching encompasses the heart of discovery, the way of self-discovery, a child’s discovery, and the discovery of relationships. Wonder Based Teaching doesn’t just cover the surface, it teaches you how to go deeper into your teaching practice. Participants will learn the five-stage framework of Wonder Based Teaching and how they can integrate it into their teaching methodology.
Do you have students at different levels of language acquisition in the same class? This two-day workshop will provide practical strategies for differentiating grade level lessons and engaging all learners in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
During shared inquiry, discussion leaders provide direction and guidance in order to get participants thinking, listening, and responding to questions and answers from others in their discussion groups.
This two-day course equips attendees with the skills to run a Motor Remedial Teaching (MRT) programme. The training focuses on screening and testing students; organising small MRT groups with individual attention and programme developed for each student; evaluating the results of the training and playground activities.
Finland’s education has gained international attention for the ability to produce excellent learning outcomes even though the students start school older and spend fewer hours a year in the classroom than their counterparts in most other European countries.
It’s time to lace-up again for another incredible physical education learning experience that’s sure to move you! Welcome to the 2020 ECIS PE Conference, “ACCESS FOR ALL”, coming to you from the International School of Amsterdam.
Join us for a transformational, perspective enhancing and strategy building two-day institute to solidify your unique “women in leadership” skill set. You will learn ways to build self and organisational trust, psychological safety and empathy.