Friday, Session 3, 14:30-16:00 Loreta

"Communication and Listening Session" will focus on how we like to communicate, how we like others to communicate with us and how when we listen, what we are waiting to hear.

Friday, Session 1-2, 10:00-11:30-break-12:30-14:00 Loreta

The flagship course of Leadership Training serves as an overview for international interscholastic athletic administration and the importance of such programs in these school settings.

Saturday, Session 4-5, 09:30-10:55-break-11:05-12:30 Loreta

This course takes a basic approach to the fundamentals and methods of international athletic administration.

Friday, Session 3, 14:30-16:00 Helena II

During this introductory session, Garfield will explore the 5 pillars of a thinking classroom and will share The Critical Thinking Consortium’s framework for nurturing critical thinking.

Saturday, Session 5, 11:05-12:30 Helena I

If you've heard the terms AR and VR but don't really know what they mean or how they can enrich the learning experiences of your students, then this session is for you.

Friday, Session 3, 14:30-16:00 Klementinum

It’s necessary that we believe that the child is very intelligent, that the child is strong and beautiful and has very ambitious desires and requests’ (Loris Malaguzzi).

Saturday, Session 7, 15:10-16:40 Helena III

Learn about a classroom innovation that has helped students gain confidence in solving word problems.

Saturday, Session 4, 09:30-10:55 Congress Hall C

For a number of years, many teachers have learned about and are making use of thinking routines as they engage students with course content in meaningful ways.

Friday, Session 1, 10:00-11:30 Klementinum

‘People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around’ (Terry Pratchett, author).

Friday, Session 1, 10:00-11:30 Helena I

Collaboration is a new norm in today’s international schools. When we plan, teach and inquire together, we model the 21st century learning skills we hope to develop in our students.

Friday, Session 2, 12:30-14:00 Helena II

This workshop will provide a clear and consistent vision of what students leading their own learning looks like and sounds like.

Friday, Session 2, 12:30-14:00 Helena I

Demystifying the myth of average and embracing individuality as the ‘new norm’ is where personalized learning thrives.

Saturday, 10:15-11:15 Klementinum

“Yeah...but how do I do that in math?” As two high school math teachers, this is what we often wondered as the push to increase inquiry and collaboration emerged.

Friday, Session 2, 12:30-14:00 Helena III

This Workshop will be a screening of the documentary film of the change process at Singapore American School.

Friday, 12:30-13:30 Petr

Do classrooms need walls? How can we step away from our classrooms? What are the factors that attach us to our classrooms? What happens to our teaching when we move our classroom outdoors? How do students benefit?

How can we transform the conversation from what multilingual learners can’t do, to what they can do?

Saturday, Session 5, 11:05-12:30 Vlasta

Visit and discuss your concerns with Bruce Mills, a Consultant with Clearpath, the world’s leading provider of safety, security and emergency preparedness solutions to international schools.

Friday, Session 2, 12:30-14:00 Vlasta

This is an opportunity to discuss concerns and observations you may have about a particular child in your classroom.

Education is at a crossroads. Digital technology offers both new opportunities and new challenges that schools need to embrace if they are to remain relevant in the 21st century.

Friday, Session 1, 10:00-11:30 Congress Hall D

Creativity in education is a hot topic. Yet it is also one fraught with gimmicks and wild claims.

Saturday, Session 4, 09:30-10:55 Vaclav

In this workshop, participants will learn of the essential elements that are consistently in place within effective emergency preparedness programs at international schools around the world.

Saturday, 09:00-10:00 Hubert

How does a teacher meet the needs of a class of academically diverse learners? In this session for Grades 1-5 educators, the presenter will highlight three strategies for effective mathematical differentiation: open questions, parallel tasks and number choice.

Friday, Session 3, 14:30-16:00 Congress Hall D

When our school is operating at its best, what does it sound like, look like and feel like?

Saturday, Session 6, 13:20-14:50 Helena III

This workshop will engage in active reflection about long standing myths and misconceptions surrounding the teaching and learning mathematics.

Saturday, Session 7, 15:10-16:40 Vlasta

This will be a hands on sharing of digital tools that can be used to share student learning journeys.

Friday, Session 1, 10:00-11:30 Vaclav

his is a workshop aimed at teachers of any subject or age group. Using theatre techniques to explore any topic, this session is designed to show how it can be possible to engage young people in active learning through drama and story.

Drawing to learn lets you and your students use observational drawing

Saturday, Session 5, 11:05-12:30 Helena III

Come and experience a drill-and-practice lesson for multiplication, taught in a way that promotes a range of higher-order skills.

We don’t need to get lost’: adventure, daring and curiosity in early childhood education

This Pre-Conference Workshop will present a clear and concise case for transforming the current educational paradigm in order to future-proof our students.

Saturday, Session 7, 15:10-16:40 Helena II

Empowering Learners Through Assessment aims to dissect product, process, and progress as means of assessment and reporting.

Saturday, Session 5, 11:05-12:30 Vaclav

This workshop aims to help teachers in designing a classroom environment that empowers students to personalize their own learning.

Saturday, Session 7, 15:10-16:40 Hubert

This interactive session will focus on how to empower learners to become independent writers in a workshop setting.

Friday, Session 3, 14:30-16:00 Congress Hall A

When someone truly desires to challenge, question, participate, overcome and inquire, it is quite likely that learning will occur.

Saturday, Session 6, 13:20-14:50 Loreta

Our job as teachers, coaches and administrators is clearly to improve the level of education and sport ability for every student and student-athlete that enters our program but more important it is our responsibility to make them better people.

Friday, Session 1, 10:00-11:30 Helena III

In this session, we examine the fundamentals of fraction, that is, the two keys that can help students learn fractions easily.

Saturday, Session 4, 09:30-10:55 Helena III

International schools are fortunate to include students from many language backgrounds and all students deserve the opportunity to develop their multilingual and multicultural identities.

Friday, 12:30-13:30 Hubert

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s effort to ensure privacy and security of an individual’s data, in all aspects of life -- at work, at home and everywhere else.

Saturday, Session 5, 11:05-12:30 Congress Hall A

Based on his book Global Perspectives: Professional Learning Communities at Work in International Schools, Dr. Stuart makes the case for professional learning communities in high-performing schools internationally.

Saturday, Session 6, 13:20-14:50 Congress Hall A

This practical workshop will expand your repertoire of skills to facilitate assertive conversations with colleagues, and to teach students to have assertive conversations with each other and with adults.

Friday, Session 1, 10:00-11:30 Petr

Research reveals that children fifteen years ago were more likely to stand up to a bully than students today.

Saturday, 09:00-10:00 Klementinum

Schools look for relevance in learning, and who do we ask for what is relevant?

Saturday, Session 7, 15:10-16:40 Congress Hall C

Research revels powerful information about how parents are raising their children today and its effect on their development, in and out of the classroom.

Friday, Session 3, 14:30-16:00 Helena III

Are you a teacher leader, curriculum leader, year head, assistant principal or principal curious to learn more about securing a future leadership role as a principal, head of school or other senior leader in the international school setting?

Saturday, Session 4, 09:30-10:55 Congress Hall D

This introductory workshop identifies the structures necessary for challenging the isolating silos that exist in schools so they don’t inhibit adult growth.

Friday, Session 3, 14:30-16:00 Helena I

Perhaps the old song is right, “It’s A Small World After All!” Technology has a way of making our world seem so much smaller.

Friday, Session 2, 12:30-14:00 Klementinum

Drawing from creative projects with 1 to 7 year olds at Reflections Nursery and Small School UK, this workshop explores young children’s desire to shape their physical environments.

Friday, Session 1, 10:00-11:30 Congress Hall C

Many children and adults, particularly women and girls have never had access to education, gaining access is only half the battle.

As the focus of family has turned to the glow of the screen; children constantly texting their friends and playing on iPad, parents working online around the clock; everyday family life is undergoing a massive transformation.

Saturday, 09:00-10:00 Petr

Using our successful cross grade project, we will share with other educators some of the experiences, tools and thinkings that have promoted some exceptional understandings in the learning of Fourth Grade and Kindergarten students.

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