We offer workshops on a variety of topics listed below delivered in three formats of your choice: face-to-face, virtually or in a blended format.
1,2,3 of finding the best fit:
CHOOSE your format of delivery.
CHOOSE your topic.
Face-to-face is a traditional form of training done at a set venue for a cohort of educators of your choice.
This format is recommended to individuals, groups or schools in need of a hands-on training in a specific area, e.g. linking curriculum standards to instruction.
It is the most effective but may incur additional overseas travel expenses depending on the topic expert.
Virtual training delivery includes video conferencing via skype, face time or google hangouts sessions.
It may also consist of providing feedback via email and/or presentations created depending on the educational topic of training.
This format is recommended to individuals, groups and schools introducing a new program or initiative or changing school policies or standards. For example, Balanced Literacy Implementation School-wide or Using Standards-Based Report Cards.
Blended format includes both face-to-face sessions and a virtual component. The number of sessions and their length i.e. timeline are carefully designed during the survey of your needs.
This format is recommended for groups and schools in need of systematic implementation of a program or initiative. For example, Implementing reading assessments K-5.
Category 1: Curriculum Planning
-Underlying Educational Philosophies of Schools
-The Postulates of International Baccalaureate (IB)
-AERO Standards in International Education
-Primary Years Curriculum (PYC)
-Linking Planning to Instruction
-Scope and Sequence Maps
-Linking Assessment to Instruction
-Reading Assessment K-5
-Writing Assessment K-5
-Math Practices and Assessment
-Creating the Culture of Change