- June 1, 2018 - June 2, 2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH International School Mainfranken
Blended Delivery – Onsite: June 1 and 2, 2018 9:00 AM to 4 PM
Online: Asynchronous Programming for 5 hours between June 5 and July 5, 2018.
Registration Deadline: April 1, 2018
Two Program Options:
Option 1: Understanding Instructional Leadership and Effective Schools (ISL Modules 1 and 2)
- examine attributes of an effective school leader for 21st century teaching and learning using international leadership frameworks
- enrich the understanding of the common elements of effective school leadership
- examine components of instructional leadership including setting vision, creating a safe and orderly environment, developing other leaders, improving instruction and managing people, data and processes within a diverse school
- explore practices to build intercultural competencies within national and international schools
- identify characteristics of effective schools that support 21st century teaching and learning, using national school effectiveness, private, and international school accreditation frameworks
- identify characteristics of effective schools that build intercultural competencies and global citizenship skills and
- increase the understanding of components for effective schools including focus on learning, student voice, monitoring and assessment, strong home-school relationships, high expectations and clear mission and vision.
Option 2: Improving Teaching and Learning (ISL Modules 4 and 5)
- learn how to develop a collaborative school culture in which teachers share responsibility for student learning and school improvement based on data, system priorities and student needs
- learn to differentiate between a target and an indicator in a school improvement plan
- understand ongoing monitoring and evaluation of school improvement plans
- examine conditions to ensure high expectations for all students
- learn how to work with teachers to understand the relationship between self-regulation, learning skills and readiness for learning and
- explore various learning styles and instructional strategies, including the teaching-learning critical Pathways as a tool to organize actions for teaching and student learning.
Registration Fee $900 CAD (includes onsite and online program and snacks/lunch)
Registration Deadline: April 1, 2018 (On April 2, 2018 we will confirm whether or not the event will proceed given registration numbers. Please do not book travel arrangements until confirmation is received.)
Participants must bring a device to access online resources.