Summer School – South East Asia
6-8th March 2013,
Hollandse School, Singapore
The 4th South East Asia Summer School offers a range of courses and workshops for both the IPC and IMYC that are designed to give you relevant and practical ideas to take back to your school, no matter where you are on your IPC or IMYC learning journey.
Not only a great opportunity for professional development but also some super networking opportunities to share ideas and experiences with other IPC and IMYC teachers from around the world.
For further information and to register:
A warm welcome back from your Easter/New Year holidays. It’s time once again to look ahead at upcoming opportunities for conferences, collaboration and professional networking.
Here are some upcoming conferences from now until the summer:
NAACE Primary ICT Subject Leaders
Naace Enhanced Award course for Primary ICT Leaders will begin on 8 May 2012.
An extended course over two terms delivered through a blended learning approach including online meetings, moderated online discussions,email contact with the course tutor, online self-study, reading and completion of directed tasks.
‘UNITY IN DIVERSITY’ 2012 COBIS Annual Conference
Saturday, 12th May – Monday 14th May, 2012
Park Plaza Victoria, London SW1V 1EQ
ISTE 2012 – San Diego Convention Center – June 24th – 27th
Cambridge International Education Conference
A Teaching conference for Teaching Professionals
Cambridge UK – July 16th – 17th
IADIS ELearning Conference
Lisbon, Portugal – 17th – 20th July 2012
International Primary Curriculum Summer School
International School of The Hague,
Den Haag, The Netherlands
23rd-25th July 2012
Check out the AACE World Conference schedule at: http://aace.org/conf/
If you have any conferences, events or opportunities for professional networking that you would like to promote then please let me know firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) is now gathering momentum as a real opportunity to improve learning and increase engagement of middle school students.
Schools from across the globe are already implementing the IMYC with great success and there is now an opportunity for South East Asian schools to find out more about the IMYC. A free 2-hour ‘Introduction to the IMYC’ information session is scheduled at the upcoming International Primary Curriculum (IPC) South East Asia Summer School at SJI International Elementary School, Singapore, on Friday 9th March 2012.
The ‘Introduction to the IMYC’ information session is for anyone interested in learning about the IMYC and how the IMYC can improve learning and engagement for middle school students.
What will you learn from attending the IMYC information session?
- Some of the background issues in helping 11-14 year-olds learn
- IMYC philosophy and beliefs – the big picture
- Definitions of learning that underpin the IMYC
- The component parts of the IMYC
- Some of the implementation issues in the IMYC
- Why the IMYC has been designed in the way that it has
- Compare your current provision middle school provision with the IMYC
Places for this complimentary session are limited – so hurry and book your place
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