This course takes a basic approach to the fundamentals and methods of athletic administration and alerts, and educates athletic administrators regarding potential problems and possible solutions in different areas.
This course takes a basic approach to the professional fundamentals and methods of coaching athletics in the International School setting. Participants will learn about professional organizational resources in their particular areas or sport.
This institute explores the use of best practices in risk management and how these practices can assist program administrators, teachers, coaches and advisors as they manage their curricular and co-curricular programs.
Michael will take educators through a hands-on demonstration of many of TakingITGlobal’s online offerings.
In this session, you will discover and reflect on innovative practices from schools around the world in the areas of global citizenship, student voice, and environmental stewardship.
A project Ewan developed witha school team to make use of children's natural curiosity above all as a vehicle to permit all children to achieve greater heights in their speaking, writing, listening and creative confidence.
Shape global connections through strategic point-to-point learning opportunities that will engage your students.
Heidi Hayes Jacobs is Executive Director of the Curriculum Mapping Institute and President of Curriculum Designers, Inc.
This institute explores how to transform that school mission statement from a lofty goal into measurable learning outcomes.
David Gleason and Peggy Pelonis will address the challenges of coping faced by students and teachers within the school environment. They will offer a model of 'change' within which healthy coping can take place, and they will provide participants with practical ways to address these issues and best prepare thriving global citizens of tomorrow.
This Institute explores the two broad areas that impact your day and your leadership style– Catabolic Energy versus Anabolic Energy.
This institute will examine the relationship between learning goals and teaching roles for global citizenship.
In this workshop, participants will discover a rich theoretical framework (based on "The Immunity To Change", by Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey) and engage an associated interactive exercise designed specifically to help them recognize, understand and dislodge “hidden barriers” to their desired changes.
The quality of our conversations and the quality of our school relationships is the energy that produces the quality of our organizational work.
A 180-minute (double) session, bringing lessons from the creative industries on how to harness innovators in your school or, if you are that innovator, how to get your ideas to spread and succeed beyond the four walls of your classroom.
You will engage in collaborative media rubric design not only as an engaging activity, but as a strategy to implement with your learners.
Through an exploration of case studies, peer review and self-assessment, we will explore current thinking on risk management, child protection and the role that educators play in balancing and managing their learning environment each day.
Building upon Dylan William’s research and presentation last year at CEESA, his practical workshop focuses on real time, formative assessments which provide proof of student learning embedded throughout the classroom lesson and unit.