Presentations

Defending our Data: Why Cyber Security Must be a Part of School Practice and School Curriculum

Schools can no longer afford to ignore cyber security by assuming that installing a firewall will be sufficient to protect the data of the school community.

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Creative Student Driven Assessments in STEM

The assessment process is complex. There is no single, right way to assess as different subjects have their unique layers of complexities that include standards, benchmarks and expectations.

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Metaskills development with Augmented Reality in K12

Technological advancement is empowering the global education system to re-think emerging edtech (AR, VR and AI).

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Creating with Canva

Creating with Canva takes all the guesswork out of designing effective communications, whether it's digital, print or media.

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Global Citizenship for Who?: Radically Reimagining Global Citizenship Education

Many international schools across the globe aspire to facilitate learning that cultivates graduates who are “global citizens and change makers.”.

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Effective & Easy Ways to Create a Safe Space in the Classroom

Look on social media, and teachers around the globe are posting adorable photos of their classroom safe spaces.

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Opening a Writing Centre in secondary school

This presentation will provide an opportunity to find out more about how we moved from an initial idea to improve writing in our school to opening what we have called the TES Writers' Hub.

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Space and Place: Getting Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach to Learning Environments

The environments we inhabit, whether at home, at work, at school or online influence our behavior as humans. Spaces we frequent are not only shaped by us, but shape us as living beings.

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Making Coaching Visible: Building and Branding a Culture of Coaching

Are you new to coaching? Is coaching new to your school?

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How to turn ungraded formative assessment into the engine of a gamified classroom!

One of the most successful gamifications of my pedagogy was the "Random Answer Card".

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