AC/AD Spring Meeting by David Hughes
Athletic Directors / Coordinators Spring Meeting will be held on March 14, 2019 facilitated by David Hughes. The meeting can attend only CEESA Full Members and Associate Members.
Early Years Job-Alike by Nikki Hume and Julie Villers
Let's Collaborate: Learning Together Makes Us Better!
This is a whole day Job-Alike session for Preschool and Lower Elementary teachers, facilitated by Nikki Hume (IS Prague) and Julie Villers (AAS Moscow).
Morning session: We will look at open inquiry as a way for students to become self-directed, the type of documentation that can inform our teaching during inquiry, and how to implement a Reggio-inspired learning environment (makerspace, documentation, learner agency, conceptual learning) in our varied programs.
Afternoon session: We will explore other key questions teachers have submitted through the google survey and exchange ideas and practices together. Some of the topics are Literacy through inquiry, early intervention through sensory learning and differentiation, and the importance of play in early years...
Bring pictures of your classrooms, documentation, note catchers, or anything you could share with other. Please join us and let's learn together!
Secondary Principals Job-Alike by Michael Sheehan
CEESA and the American School of Warsaw are pleased to announce the Secondary Principals Job-A-Like, which will take place on Thursday, March 14, 2019, the day before the CEESA Conference in Warsaw.
This is a wonderful opportunity for all Secondary Principals and Vice-Principals to reconnect with one another and dialogue on a number of common issues and ideas.
Service Learning Job-Alike by Ligita Stawarz and Piroska Nagy
This Service Learning Job-Alike is designed specifically for the professional development of international school Service learning and Service coordinators as well as teachers interested in utilizing Service learning methodology in their classrooms.
It will focus on how to develop a comprehensive school Service learning program using the best practices form a Kathy Berger Kaye model and Service as Action IB model. This workshop represents an opportunity for authentic collaboration amongst Service learning practitioners, the goal of which is that everyone walks away with practical ideas, action plans, and a strong understanding of the necessary components of a Service learning program.
Facilitators: Ligita Stawarz and Piroska Nagy
Intended Audience: K-12 Service Learning Coordinators; K-12 teachers
Google Boot Camp by Michael Nonato, Katherine Dunevant and Simon May
A one-day intensive review of Google’s G Suite, and the skills necessary to be successful in passing the Google Certified Educator Level 1 Exam.
G Suite is an amazing group of applications which provide powerful tools for creating and collaborating. Participants will go through different tasks and elements involved in efficient use of Google tools in your classrooms. There will be different sessions for the various applications within Google.