Sat 13 Apr 2019 - Sun 14 Apr 2019 12:30 - 16:30

Fieldwork Education Regional Event : Rio de Janeiro

These 2-day professional learning events are held at member schools around the world. They offer the opportunity to engage with other teachers from across the region and gain a mix of perspectives from a variety of schools. Each Regional Event has a choice of 2- day courses taken from the professional learning pathway for each international curriculum.

Whether you are a brand new to the international curriculum or an experienced member school we can support you in your professional learning.

At this event you will have the opportunity to attend one of the following 2-day courses:

IEYC: Level 1: Implementing the IEYC

Our Implementing course provides an excellent foundation of learning for participants to understand the philosophy and process behind the curriculum and gain a clear idea of how to take action in their school.

We recommend the Implementing course for schools and/or teachers who are new to our International Early Years curriculum

IPC: Level 1 : Implementing the IPC

Our Implementing course provides an excellent foundation of learning for participants to understand the philosophy and process behind the curriculum and gain a clear idea of how to take action in their school.

We recommend the Implementing course for schools and/or teachers who are new to the IPC

IPC: Level 2 : Leading the IPC

This course is for those people who have or will have responsibility for leadership, coordination and management of the IPC in their school. The courses will equip participants with the knowledge, skills and understanding to enable them to lead the implementation of the IPC in their schools and to give advice to colleagues on IPC related matters.

IPC: Level 2 : Accelerating towards Accreditation

This course has been designed for teachers and leaders who are considering a pre-Accreditation visit or have been through a Pre-Accreditation visit and are looking forward to an Accreditation visit.

The course covers some of the areas which schools have found the most challenging as they towards accreditation. There also will be advice on what the non-negotiables are for a school to go through Accreditation, how to write their school’s Self-review, what evidence is appropriate and the nuts and bolts of the Accreditation Process.

Please view your MyFieldwork Regional Events page for more information.