Fri 7 Sep 2018 - Sat 8 Sep 2018 09:00 - 16:00

Regional Professional Learning Event - Asia Pacific

Our two-day courses, part of our Professional Learning Pathway, provide tailored training, on the basis of the experience and learning needs of participants.

Level 1: ‘Implementing’: Courses available for:

 

  • The International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC)
  • The International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
  • The International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC)

Level 2: ‘Embedding’: Courses available for:

 

  • The International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC)
  • The International Primary Years Curriculum (IPC)
  

Level 1: ‘Implementing’ (7th Sept – 8th Sept 2018)

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 who are new to our international curriculum and/or teachers who are new to a school already implementing the IEYC, IPC or IMYC.

Level 2: ‘Embedding’ (7th Sept – 8th Sept 2018)

Our ‘Embedding’ course provides participants with some experience implementing the IEYC or IPC, with an opportunity to enhance their understanding and improve their implementation, through considering and sharing international best-practice methods. We recommend the ‘Embedding’ course for schools who have implemented our international curriculum for 1-2 years and/or teachers with some experience implementing the IEYC or IPC already. Our 'Embedding' the IMYC course will be available in 2019

Level 3: ‘Evolving’ (available in 2019)

Our ‘Evolving’ course provides experienced participants, deeply familiar with the IEYC, IPC or IMYC, an opportunity to progress their professional engagement with international curriculum and push their implementation and understanding of international education to new levels. We recommend the ‘Evolving’ course for schools and/or teachers experienced with the IEYC, IPC or IMYC, who are looking to align their implementation and understanding with international best-practice.