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June 2023

Awareness and Advocacy: Supporting Learners Diagnosed with Life-Changing Health Conditions like Type One Diabetes: 07 June

7 June @ 13:00 - 14:00 BST

Awareness and Advocacy: Supporting Learners Diagnosed with Life-Changing Health Conditions like Type One Diabetes 07 June | 13:00 (London) "I can't go back to normal." When children receive a life-changing diagnosis, their identity, their routines, and their sense of safety is forever altered. How can educators and learning communities find a balanced approach in supporting learners who have received a life-changing diagnosis? How can we reassure them without minimising the changes they are experiencing? How can we support them in…

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Decoding Brilliance: Unveiling the Magic of Intentionally Small Schools: 12 June

12 June @ 15:00 - 16:00 BST

Decoding Brilliance: Unveiling the Magic of Intentionally Small Schools 12 June | 15:00 (London) Join us for a captivating session with Dr. Stuart Grauer, Founder and Head of The Grauer School, as he unravels the intriguing world of small schools. In this special 1-hour event, hosted by the ECIS Intentionally Small Schools Special Interest Group, we dive deep into the question that lies at the heart of educational excellence: "What makes a small school truly remarkable?" Discover the pioneering insights…

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What does AI mean for Middle Leaders?: Online workshop | 13 June

13 June @ 11:00 - 12:30 BST

What does AI mean for Middle Leaders? Stephen Taylor 13 June | 11:00 -12:30 (London time)  | 18:00 - 19:30 (Beijing) Fee: £90 (Discounts depending on ECIS Membership level, see link below for more information) What does the emergence of AI mean for Middle Leaders? How can we support our colleagues in adapting to the age of AI? What AI tools can help us in our work? What do we need to be aware of? In this new workshop, we…

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Manga in Libraries: 19 June

19 June @ 14:00 - 15:00 BST

Manga in Libraries 19 June 14:00 (London) Hosted by the ECIS Library and Information Services Special Interest Group Facilitated by: Jillian Rudes Manga (Japanese comics) are often seen as a form of entertainment, as a chance to learn about Japanese culture, and as an opportunity to build literacy skills. But, manga can also be a support system for the social-emotional development of readers. This workshop will demystify manga, inform librarians about the value of manga, and help librarians build their…

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August 2023

ECIS Online Course for Early Career Teachers in International Schools: August 2023-June 2024

15 August @ 15:00 - 16:00 BST
£384 – £480

ECIS Online Course for Early Career Teachers in International Schools Facilitated by: Anja Junginger and assisted by Sarah Kupke Monthly sessions: August 2023 - June 2024 (13.5 hours in total) First monthly session: 15 August 2023   About this course Teacher recruitment, teacher retention, teacher well-being and teacher professional development are all vital to growing capacity in our international school educators, with the aim of continually improving student learning opportunities. Supporting our Early Career Teachers is an investment in providing…

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September 2023

ISL & ECIS Loft: School Leaders Matter Book Study: 13 September

13 September @ 16:00 - 17:00 BST

#ISLECISLOFT In Partnership with School Leaders Matter Book Study A three-part series 13 September | 16 November | 17 January 2024 16:00 - 17:00 (London) for each session In September, Dr. Helen Kelly will be returning to the #ISLECISLoft to begin a three-part book study of her recently published work School Leaders Matter: Preventing Burnout, Managing Stress, and Improving Wellbeing. During all three sessions, Helen will be available to guide readers through the main points of her book and answer…

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ICMEC: Child Protection Response Team Workshop Level 1: 26 September

26 September @ 10:00 - 12:00 BST
£400 – £500

ICMEC: Child Protection Response Team Workshop Level 1 26 September, 03 & 10 October Facilitated by Debbie Downes, Director of Global School Initiatives, International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) In association with Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools This course enables deep training of school-based child protection team members. Experts will support child protection team work on creation and audit of child protection policies and supplemental policies, such as online safety and child-on-child abuse. Teams will…

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October 2023

Middle Leader Certificate: Teacher Quality Improvement: 09 & 16 October

9 October @ 09:00 - 14:00 BST
£280 – £350

Teacher Quality Improvement Facilitated by: Nancy Squicciarini 09 & 16 October 2023 We know that investing in teacher quality improves learning, builds capacity and increases retention. These are only a few of the benefits. This is an interactive course that gives middle leaders the knowledge and practical tools to lead teacher teams. Across the course, you will explore what effective teaching and learning looks like based on the latest research and literature. You will also learn how to use evaluation…

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November 2023

Middle Leader Certificate: Inspiring and Sustaining DEIJ Breakthroughs: 09 & 10 November 2023

9 November @ 09:00 - 14:00 GMT
£280 – £350

Inspiring and Sustaining DEIJ Breakthroughs 09 & 10 November (09:00-14:00 on both days with a 1 hour break from 11-12:00) Facilitated by: Nunana Nyomi For the past two years, we have been witnessing a global awakening to a call for a more intentional focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ). In the wake of the outcries for racial justice which reverberated around the world, many institutions indicated an intent to become places where those within their care can thrive…

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Middle Leader Certificate: Assessment & Leadership: 23 & 24 November 2023

23 November @ 09:00 - 14:00 GMT
£280 – £350

Assessment & Leadership Facilitated by: Helen Morgan 23 & 24 November 2023 09:00-14:00 London time on both days (with a break between 11 and 12:00) What role do middle leaders play in ensuring teachers are engaged in current, best practice around assessment? We know that assessment is most useful when teachers know how to use it to improve learning and achievement. This course draws on the latest research and literature about assessment and explores it through a middle leadership lens.…

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Call for Proposals: Early Childhood Conference 2023: 24-25 November

24 November @ 08:00 - 25 November @ 17:00 GMT

EARLY CHILDHOOD CONFERENCE 2023 24-25 November 2023 ACS Doha We are delighted to launch our Call for Proposals for ECIS Early Childhood Conference 2023. This year's theme is  Rise up: Elevating and empowering the joy of early childhood learning. Our Think Tank members are excited to review your proposals! Bring your stories, experiences and good practice, and together, we can learn to empower and enrich the lives of our youngest learners. Let's rethink and explore together how our programs, environments…

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January 2024

Middle Leader Certificate: Curricular Design & Leadership: 18 & 25 January 2024

18 January 2024 @ 09:00 - 14:00 GMT
£280 – £350

Curricular Design & Leadership Facilitated by: Nancy Lhoest-Squicciarini 18 & 25 January 2024 09:00-14:00 on both days | London time | Break between 11:00 and 12:00 At the centre of middle leadership is a commitment and desire to improve student learning. We know there are several factors that impact student learning and at the top of the list of school-related factors is a guaranteed and viable curriculum. For it to have real impact, it needs to be far more than…

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February 2024

Middle Leader Certificate: The Culture of Leadership: 01, 08, 22, & 29 February 2024

1 February 2024 @ 15:00 - 17:00 GMT
£240 – £300

The Culture of Leadership 01, 08, 22, & 29 February 2024 15:00 – 17:00 on each day (London Time) Facilitated by: Jimena Zalba and Cindy Gause Vega In an organisation, leaders make the weather and create the culture. This shapes how the organisation works and feels. The Culture of Leadership is an exciting core course that gets to the heart of this by focusing on international teacher leadership at the middle level, exploring the relationship between culture, context and leadership.…

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Middle Leader Certificate: Managing & Embracing Conflict: 23 & 24 February 2024

23 February 2024 @ 09:00 - 24 February 2024 @ 14:00 GMT
£280 – £350

Middle Leader Certificate: Managing & Embracing Conflict 22 & 23 February 2024 09:00-14:00 on both days | London time | Break between 11:00 and 12:00 Delivered virtually via Zoom you will need to attend all 4 virtual sessions in order to gain the certificate Facilitated by: Helen Morgan   Being able to manage and embrace conflict effectively is an essential part of middle leadership if teams and individuals are to maintain a shared sense of purpose and direction. As a…

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March 2024

Middle Leader Certificate: Building & Leading Teams: 07 & 14 March 2024

7 March 2024 @ 09:00 - 14:00 GMT
£280 – £350

Building & Leading Teams 07 & 14 March 2024 09:00-14:00 on both days | London time Facilitated by: Nancy Squicciarini We know that building and leading an effective team is an important step in enabling individual and collective success. This course explores how middle leaders can create cohesive and collaborative teams that are focused on student learning. The course draws on the extensive body of literature and research in order identify what is most useful, practical and productive in leading…

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Middle Leader Certificate: Coaching & Leadership: 21 & 22 March 2024

21 March 2024 @ 09:00 - 14:00 GMT
£280 – £350

Middle Leader Certificate: Coaching & Leadership 21 & 22 March 2024 09:00-14:oo (London time) both days Delivered virtually via Zoom; you will need to attend all 4 virtual sessions in order to gain the certificate of course completion. Facilitated by: Helen Morgan Coaching is an important leadership approach for teacher leaders because it focuses on getting the best out of people by unlocking and unleashing their potential. In an educational context, coaching is about developing people so that they are…

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