How do we create a culture of continuous learning where all teachers are actively reflecting on their practice and engaged in job embedded professional learning? Join us at the American International School of Johannesburg, South Africa on Thursday December 04 2014 for this Regional Institute.
A two member delegation of librarians from Corona schools Lagos, Nigeria visited Brookhouse School Nairobi, Kenya from the 18th -24th of November 2013, under the auspices of the AISA School Exchange Programme. They share their experiences in this article.
Baba Waque, a distinguished author, visited many AISA member schools in West Africa to work with students and teachers under the AISA Visiting Author Programme. He shares his experience in this article.
On behalf of the Search Committee and Board of Directors of the International Community School of Abidjan in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, I am pleased to announce that after a worldwide search which produced a large number of highly qualified candidates, Dr. Robert Imholt has been selected as the new Director for the 2014-15 academic year.
Northfields is one of two International high schools in Mauritius. It is however the only one situated in the North of the island. The school was founded in 2002 by a small group of parents and the Head of the International Preparatory School. The goal of Northfields International High School is to develop the whole child. Northfields aims to provide the best all-round education integrating spiritual, social, moral, sporting and cultural aspects of the self as well as intellectual growth. The school recognizes the need for a child to have their intelligence, physical, interpersonal and emotional psyche stimulated. It has a well-qualified and dedicated staff and Head of school, who strive to identify and develop each child's strengths. Each pupil is thus both challenged and supported to achieve the skills required for their future chosen field of study.