Allons … zusammen … Learn! Think! Connect! Act! Global Citizenship in World Language Classrooms by Martina Mencer Salluzzo, French, English, Croatian culture teacher at the American International School of Zagreb
This workshop will demonstrate activities and projects initiated in elementary, middle and high school level world language classes of an international school.
Bursting the Bubble: Building and Growing Local Community Partnerships to Develop Global Citizenship by Brandon Block, K12 Service Learning Director and Lillian Petersen and Payson Bullard, both teachers at the American School in London
Participants will learn about ASL’s model for developing global perspective through whole-school engagement with local community partners.
Common Threads: Promoting Global Awareness, Early Literacy, and Understanding Through Songs, Stories, and Collaborative Projects by John Farrel, founder and director of Bridges of Peace and Hope
Explore how music and storytelling can be used to promote literacy, global awareness, understanding, and empathy. Learn how to engage in collaborative, songwriting and storytelling projects that enable students and teachers to share their hopes, beliefs, and concerns with their peers around the world.
Customize Service Learning to Meet the Needs of Your Students and Curriculum, by the Service Learning Cadre
Collaboration with the CEESA Service Learning colleagues to create a practical plan to implement your Service Learning dreams at your school.
Effective Strategies for Overseas U.S. Teacher Taxpayers, by Jon Levy of Integrated Financial Planning Services
General topics of discussion will be preparation of your taxes for 2014.
Engaging Students Through Interdisciplinary Units: How to Make it Work in Secondary, by Michelle Bowman, MYP Coordinator at the American International School of Bucharest
Integrated units stimulate the learner by providing many types of learning opportunities that hook all types of learners.
Essential Questions on Transforming Education Through Global Citizenship.
From Global Nomads to Global Citizens: Meeting the Unique Educational Needs of International School Students, by Rose Tyvand, Science and Math Instructor at Almaty International School
Drawing upon a comprehensive body of current research, this workshop explores the unique educational needs of multicultural, transitory International School students.
Global Citizenship Lessons--Inspiring Proactive Agents of Change by Dana Burnside, assistant professor of Education at the Wilkes University
A real education does not educate a child for today, but prepares a child to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Global Citizenship, Leadership in Action by Joyce Halsey, upper school principal at the American International School of Zagreb
This workshop will present a case study of a one-quarter middle school elective course that aims to achieve the student learning goals of the IGCA, while also training students to run their own service-oriented student council.
How Do We Know We Celebrate Global Culturalism? By James, general director, and Melanie Swetz at Bilkent Erzurum Laboratory School
James and Melanie will establish the groundwork for global culturalism.
How to Start a Support Group in Your School: Creating Networks/Toolkits for Parents of Exceptional Learners by Erin Pedder and Peggy Owen, special education teachers at the Anglo-American School of Moscow
Erin and Peggy would like to share how to create a parent support group for parents of exceptional learners at any school.
Inclusive Education from an International School Perspective by Cody Alton, learing support coordinator at the International School of Latvia
This workshop will explore how inclusive education has a place within global citizenship.
Integrating Global Citizenship into Classroom Practice by Chandra McGowan and Brent Pinkerton, mathematic teachers at the International School of Helsinki
This presentation will discuss how two educators in the International School of Helsinki approach the incorporation of global citizenship in the Mathematics, English, and Advisory classrooms.
It's a Material World: Better Living through Chemistry and Physics, by Veronica Riffle and Cisco Walker, both Upper School Science Teacher at the International School of Prague
If you are struggling with pre-IB students getting a solid foundation in the Group 4 sciences prior to the DP program, we may have a solution for you.
Learn the Latest in Website Technology, Branding and Best Practices by Debbie Eisenach, International Marketing, Berlin, Germany at Finalsite
If you are looking for ideas and inspiration for your school’s website to better meet the needs of your constituents and incorporate the latest technology, please join this session.
Learning for global citizenship from 3-19 years: International mindedness in the IB programmes by Heather Lapper, Development Manager Africa/Europe/Middle East at IBO
The complexities of a globalized world mean that it is more important than ever to make international issues a part of K-12 education.
Maximizing Student Achievement Through the Integration of Technology in the Language B Classroom by Marc Hergle, IB French Teacher at the International School of Estonia
The workshop leader will share his experiences of effectively integrating ICT in the IB French B classroom.
National Trends in Education ~ The Principal Perspective, by Robyn Conrad Hansen, President-Elect National Association of Elementary School Principals in USA
An interactive session presenting national trends in educational leadership from principals in the United States who also serve on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP).
Peace and Governments (Art for Peace): Technology Enhanced Integration of Social Science, Visual Arts and Music. A student led workshop where you will use Wevideo, Weebly and Charcoalby Mariangela Anastassova (art teacher), Lin Kay (4 grade teacher)
An interactive workshop presenting a GR4 project focused on the GCP value of WORKING FOR PEACE: The painting of Guernica and the monument of Peace in Bulgaria. There will be a main introductory session, 3 interactive parts - Video; Website and Art installation, presenting the project by Grade 4 students at the Anglo-American School of Sofia. Mariangela and Joseph will be present at Dubrovnik while Lin, Ralitsa and the four students will present from AAS-Sofia Bulgaria via a Skype video conference.
Preparing Students for an Interconnected Future: Promoting Global Perspectives through Assessment and Instruction by Judith Hegedus, Executive Director, College Board International
This dynamic session will explore the Redesigned SAT and how key changes to the test will emphasize topics most crucial to college and career success.
Raising the Bar: How Boards, Administrators and Teachers Approach Quality Improvement, by David Ottaviano
This is a session for school heads administrators and division leadership.
Smart School Technology Overview - How can we use our IDs to create a better student and staff experience while cutting costs and increasing security? By Mat Birnbaum of Identigy
Spread the Word; Art With a Message, by Mira Modly, Head of Arts, IB Art/ToK at Istanbul International Community School
This workshop will present visual art as an educating voice on contemporary global issues such as consumerism, political situations, human rights issues, etc.
Successfully Navigating Your Relationships as the Spouse of an Administrator or School Head by Cathy Ottaviano
Supporting ESL Zero Beginners in the Secondary School by Carmem Wilson, ELL teacher and coach at the Anglo-American School of Sofia
In this workshop, Carmen intend to demonstrate different strategies used to help zero beginners bridge the language gap so they can gradually feel more engaged, supported and prepared for today and tomorrow.
The Changing of a Tree and So Much More: A Journey of Collaboration, Integration, and Inquiry, by Stacey Socholotuk, Teacher-Librarian and Emily Hays, Teacher at the American International Schoolf of Bucharest
Do you want to actively experience what it is like to inquire, engage in research, and authentically collaborate with students and colleagues through an integrated approach?
The What, Why and How of Inclusion Activities, by Sherri Spelic, Leadership Coach and PE Specialist at the American International School Vienna
This one hour workshop will invite participants to engage in a number of inclusion activities while you explore the need for and effectiveness of these strategies in creating an atmosphere of safe, collaborative and successful group work.
To Data or Not to Data” Using Protocols to Enhance Learning by Melissa Schaub, Curriculum Director; Leigh Anne Toler, PD & Assessment Coordinator and Robert Doyle, Principal Assistant at the Anglo-American School of Moscow
This session is designed for all educators who are interested in lifting student learning. It introduces the four types of data that schools use for improvement with specific focus on both perception and achievement data.
What Can Pearson do for You? By Niki Arnold, Senior International Schools Education Consultant at Pearson
This is a presentation on Pearson as a company and some of its leading US, IB & UK resources. It's goal is to raise Pearson's profile amongst schools in CEESA and to explain Pearson's focus upon efficacy.
“Do You Mind?” Cultivating Mindfulness in Your Classroom Practice by Lindsey Peak, MYP Humanities, DP History Teacher at the International School of Belgrade
Workshop participants will explore current research on Mindfulness in the classroom, and actively learn practical exercises through gentle stretching, meditation, and breathing.