This presentation will empower you to move beyond the readaloud with practical ways to build on kindergarten learners’ understanding of library systems and conventions, including developing an IB PYP library for Early Years learners.
This workshop is a comprehensive one-day learning opportunity that aims to empower educators and school leaders with the knowledge and tools to create an inclusive and equitable learning environment for multilingual students.
During this training, data and assessment expert, Matthew Savage, will offer a refreshing, new assessment paradigm, to complement and challenge the orthodoxy of traditional assessment in schools - one that is based on listening and responding to the individual story of each student.
Students can proudly display their proficiencies with unique stickers both digitally, and on their laptops. Join us as we shape the future of digital education, one sticker at a time!
During the workshop participants will take part in interactive discussion about what type of education and learning is necessary to help our students thrive in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world.
This session aims to equip participants with a comprehensive linguistic equity toolkit to use in their classrooms.
Smartphones are everywhere - there are more of them than people on Earth, and they are getting more and more powerful.
The presentation highlights the pivotal role of schools in cultivating a healthy and confident self-identity among students.
This session highlights the importance of language equity beyond the classroom walls.