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Professional Learning Institutes

AISA is excited to be expanding our professional learning options for teachers across the continent. In addition to our annual conference for educators (October 2016) and the launch of a separate conference focused on all aspects of leadership (March 2016), AISA is for the first time offering a number of professional learning opportunities throughout the school year. These focused, high impact Professional Learning Institutes (PLIs), facilitated by leading international experts, are based on our members needs and address the unique qualities of teaching and learning in international school settings.  In addition to Institutes for educators we are pleased to announce a range of Institutes for co-professionals working in schools such as HR Managers, Science Technicians, Executive Assistants and others whose efforts improve school effectiveness. Each Institute will take a specific focus and explore it in depth to provide a deep learning experience, powerful enough for participants to go back to their school and implement what they have learnt. PLI’s will take place across the continent and can be repeated in different regions to meet demand.

To ensure we meet a diverse range of needs, we are differentiating our Institutes in order to help teachers decide if it will provide an appropriate level of challenge. An Institute may be aimed at one level in its entirety or may have both levels running concurrently at the same Institute. The two levels are:

Discover and Explore – an introductory level where little prior experience, study or expertise is expected or required.

Embed and Sustain – an advanced level where clear entry requirements are set out and will be verified before registration is confirmed. These entry requirement may include prior study, prior experienced evidenced by students work sample, prior professional leaning evidenced by certification.

In the 2015/16 school year AISA will be offering no less than 15 institutes. Detailed information on each institute is available below. Registrations opening on July 6th!

If you have any queries about the PLIs please feel free to contact us at info@aisa.or.ke

2015

DATE

TITLE

FACILITATOR

AUDIENCE

WHERE

REGISTER HERE

22-23 August

Learning Through Inquiry

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Jill Bellamy & Rachel Caldwell

Teachers

American International School Johannesburg (AISJ),
SOUTH AFRICA

4-6 September

Algebratic Thinking in Pre K- Grade 8 Classrooms

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Erma Anderson

Pre K-Grade 8 Teachers

American International School Johannesburg (AISJ),
SOUTH AFRICA

 

15-18 September

Cognitive CoachingTM

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Bill & Ochan Powell

Principals, Coaches, Middle Level Leaders

American International School Johannesburg (AISJ),
SOUTH AFRICA

  

2-3 October

Child Protection

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Dennis Larkin & AISA  Child Protection Working Group

Teachers, Counsellors & School Leaders

Lincoln Community School Accra, GHANA 

12-14 November

Highly Capable Learners

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Bronwyn MacLeod

Teachers

International School of Kenya (ISK)
Nairobi, KENYA


4-6 December

Writing Interactions: Responding to Writers

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Matt Glover

Pre K-Grade 8 Teachers

American International School Johannesburg (AISJ),
SOUTH AFRICA

 

2016

DATE

TITLE

FACILITATOR

AUDIENCE

WHERE

REGISTER HERE

15-16 January

English Language Learners

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Virginia Rojas

Teachers

International Community School Addis Ababa (ICSAA) ETHIOPIA

5-6 February

Making Thinking Visible in Our Classrooms

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Ingrid  Turner

TeachersLincoln Community School Accra, GHANA

4-6 February

Wellbeing and  Resilience

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Veronique Ryan

Counsellors, Teachers & School leaders

Lincoln Community School Accra, GHANA

7-9 February

Re-Envisioning Modern Languages

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Greg Duncan

Teachers & Curriculum Leaders

International School of Kenya (ISK)
Nairobi, KENYA

12-13 February

Sensory Integration

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Mel Randall

Teachers

International School of Kenya (ISK)
Nairobi, KENYA

12-14 March

Service Learning

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Tara Barton & AISA Service Learning Working Group

Teachers

International School of Tanganyika (IST),
Dar es Salam, TANZANIA

7-9 April

Physical Education & Technology

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Jarrod Robinson

Pre K-Grade 8 Teachers

International School of Kenya (ISK)
Nairobi, KENYA

16-17 April

Human Resource Managers and Supervisors

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Claudia St John

 

HR Managers and others with responsibility for HR in schools

Rosslyn Academy, Nairobi,
KENYA

16-17 April

Executive Assistants in Schools

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Angela Garry

Executive Assistants &Personal Assistants

Rosslyn Academy, Nairobi,
KENYA

 

 


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