Sandra Chow is Director of Digital & Innovative Learning at Keystone Academy, in Beijing, and is dedicated to preparing the next generation for their future. She has over 20 years of experience as an educator in Canada and internationally, and strives to prepare students and train educators to be instructional creators in a global community.
She is an ISTE Certified Educator, Apple Distinguished Educator and Professional Learning Specialist, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, and Google Certified Coach, Innovator, and Trainer, as well as a Global Competence and GCAA Certified Practitioner. Her experience as a professional accountant, educational consultant, and cross-cultural educator provides her with a unique perspective as a leader. She strives to prepare students and train educators to learn, teach, collaborate and create in a globally competitive society.
Women Leading Courageously in Global Education
In this workshop, we will discuss current trends of women in leadership and strategies for taking action to enhance possibilities for women in educational leadership globally.
Deeper Pathways to Tomorrow: Building Bridges through Global Competencies
As the world races towards globalization, schools are growing in diversity and complexity. How might we build relationships by valuing differences, exchanging ideas, and preparing students for global engagement?
Battle, Design & Escape: Engaging Students through Dynamic Learning
This session will look at engaging students by creating dynamic learning environments through pop culture themes (e.g. Iron Chef, Home Improvement, Escape Rooms).
Pathways to Tomorrow: Building Global Competencies through Intercultural Education
How might we build relationships by valuing differences, exchanging ideas, and preparing students for global engagement? In this session, attendees will gain an understanding of the research, frameworks and terminology used when talking about global competencies.
The Art of Modern Storytelling
Communicating in stories is a powerful way to convey a message, share ideas and practice creativity. Using presentation, geo and multimedia tools, we can add a modern twist to storytelling that enhances our students' voices.