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Join an International School Leadership sponsored Education Study Tour

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Arrange an Education Study Tour for School Leaders from Your Jurisdiction

 

International School Leadership has a long history of providing Education Study Tours for international educational leaders who wish to understand the Ontario experience in driving student achievement improvements.   Typically, the program provides an opportunity to study the Ontario education system at all three levels: the school, school district, and Ministry of Education.  In this manner, participants are able to understand the alignment and focus of a highly effective school system.

Below is a typical agenda for an ISL Education Study Tour.  Ontario educators are called upon to provide the presentations and facilitate the learning. In addition, school visits are arranged within the Greater Toronto Area.

Day 1 AM Welcome
A Overview of the Ontario System
How do the pieces fit together?
PM B Ontario Leadership Framework
Leadership at every level
Day 2 AM C Ontario Ministry of Education
Raising the Bar; Narrowing the Gap
Ontario College of Teachers
Setting the Standards
PM D Ontario Principals’ Council
Supporting Principals in the Quest
International School Leadership
What Matters in leadership training?
Day 3 AM E The School Effectiveness Framework
What makes a school great – in theory?
PM School Visit
What makes a school great – in practice?
Day 4 AM School Visit
What makes a school great – in practice?
PM School Visit
What makes a school great – in practice?
Day 5 AM F Learning for All
The core of the instructional program
PM G Consolidation of Learning
Closing
A Overview of the Ontario System
How do the pieces fit together?
B Ontario Leadership Framework
Leadership at every level
C Ontario Ministry of Education
Raising the Bar; Narrowing the Gap
Ontario College of Teachers
Setting the Standards
D Ontario Principals’ Council
Supporting Principals in the Quest
International School Leadership
What Matters in leadership training?
E The School Effectiveness Framework
What makes a school great – in theory?
F Learning for All
The core of the instructional program
G Consolidation of Learning
Reflecting on Our Learning and Setting Personal Goals
H Teacher Education and Evaluation
Delivering quality in the teaching profession
I Quality Instructional Supports for Teachers and Principals
The role of Leading Student Achievement
J Professional Learning Communities
Good in theory- Great in Practice
K Literacy and Numeracy Secretariate
Driving excellence at the system level
L Teaching and Learning Critical Pathway
Using assessment data effectively
M Keeping the Focus on Student Achievement
The role of EQAO – Ontario’s Assessment Centre
N Improving Reading Instruction
What works?
O Improving Mathematics Instruction
What works?
P Cooperative Learning as a Teaching Strategy
Effectively learning together
Q Assessment for, as, of Learning
Identifying the most effective strategies and activities
R Differentiated Instruction
Reaching Every Child
S Inquiry Based Learning
Learning through Investigation
T Technology as a Key Strategy
Empowering connected learners
Z School Visit
Seeing it in practice

 

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