134 - Jeff Wiener: CERN Science education, gender and connections
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
1m ago
Join us for a conversation with Jeff from the CERN Teacher Training Program. We explore the evolving landscape of science education. We'll discuss the interplay between innovative teaching methodologies and the integration of Artificial Intelligence, examining both the challenges and opportunities AI presents in enhancing student engagement and addressing the critical issue of the gender gap in STEM fields. Learn how CERN's teacher and student programs are supporting schools worldwide, shaping a future where education seamlessly integrates with innovation. CERN, the world's largest particle ph ..read more
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133 - CIS Taskforce on Child Protection 10th year anniversary
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
2w ago
Join us for a conversation with members of The International Taskforce on Child Protection (ITFCP).  As the taskforce celebrates its 10th anniversary, we take this opportunity to hear the story behind its founding and its mission to protect children across the international schools community and beyond.    We'll explore how international schools have and continue to adopt and adapt safeguarding standards, overcoming cultural and operational challenges to ensure a safe learning environment for all students. Our guests and members of the taskforce share their own learnings, oppor ..read more
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132 - Makerspaces with Sarah Woods and Elizabeth Perry
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
3w ago
Makerspaces: rooms filled with tools and gadgets or creative havens that are transforming learning in international schools? Join Sarah & Elizabeth: two  Makerspace educators share their experiences and insights. We delve into pressing questions: Why are Makerspaces essential in today's education? What are the common myths and misunderstandings surrounding them in schools? Discover how schools can foster a culture of making, integrating it seamlessly with design thinking principles to engage students across various mediums. How through Makerspaces educators and schools can nurture&nbs ..read more
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131 - Kathleen, Eric and Michael - Online learning where now?
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
1M ago
Join Kathleen, Eric, and Michael for a conversation, as they share their extensive experience in supporting international schools, leaders, and educators, with a special focus on online learning. Together they share their insights into the diverse lessons learned from online and blended learning experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why some schools have embraced change in the post-pandemic era, while others have maintained their pre-pandemic practices. A look into the innovative approaches and developments that have emerged in the realm of online education since. Exploring the essential s ..read more
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130 - A conversation with John Nash, Director, Laboratory on Design Thinking
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
2M ago
Join us for a conversation with John Nash, Associate Professor, Director, Laboratory on Design Thinking and speaker on educational innovation and leadership. In this discussion, John shares his research from the University of Kentucky, focusing on the challenges and opportunities schools face in balancing structured curriculums with the need for adaptability in education. We explore how schools are addressing skill gaps among educators amidst rapid advancements in AI and how these changes intersect with traditional teaching methods. We also discuss the potential impact of emerging technologies ..read more
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129 - Dale Plotzki on Bitcoin and living in Korea and Peru
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
2M ago
Join us for a conversation with Dale Plotzki exploring the case for why international educators should understand Bitcoin and its place in financial security. Dale and Dan share a breakdown of what this is, how it works, what are its benefits for internationally mobile professionals as well as their own reflections from their personal experience. We also learn from Dale experiences working in Peru and South Korea as an international school educator focused on supporting his community with technology    About Dale Plotzki   Dale Plotzki is on a mission to revolutionize the way we ..read more
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128 - Julia Walker and Brogen Lund on being Third Culture Kids
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
2M ago
Join us for a conversation with Julia Walker, host of the Across Oceans podcast, and guest Brogan Lund.  Julia, a child of international school educators, and Brogan, a Third Culture Kid (TCK) and international school graduate, share what it means to be TCKs, as young adults and professionals. Together they share how growing up in various countries and attending different international schools has shaped their identities and perspectives. They share their stories and insights about growing up overseas, returning to their passport countries, and the unique experiences and challenges that c ..read more
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127 - AI in the classroom tips and strategies with Cora, Dalton, and James
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
3M ago
As artificial intelligence is being integrated in international schools more prominently, we take this opportunity to connect with three educators: Cora, Dalton and James to explore how AI tools are being integrated into the classroom. What are the dispositions, approaches and tools that are having the most impact with student learning. How do classroom teachers navigate integrating these tools, what are some tips and strategies to consider in a classroom setting.   About Cora Yang   Cora Yang is a dedicated Learning Technology Coach at Renaissance College Hong Kong, specializing in ..read more
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126 - Finding Your Path as a Woman in School Leadership
The International Schools Podcast
by theinternationalschoolspodcast
3M ago
In this conversation, Kim and Christina, authors of 'Finding Your Path as a Woman in School Leadership,' provide invaluable insights for educators and leaders in international schools. Drawing from their experience as international school educators and leaders, they share the experiences that inspired their book. This discussion delves into the challenges and achievements encountered by women navigating the landscape of international school leadership, offering unique perspectives and guidance for women exploring educational leadership roles in an international setting. About Kim Cofino Kim ..read more
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124 - Graeme Chisholm on Accreditation and School Visits
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by theinternationalschoolspodcast
4M ago
Graeme will talk to us about his experience facilitating and participating in school accreditation and inspection visits for the Council of International Schools, New England Associates of Schools and Colleges, and British Schools Overseas. We discuss the structures, rationale and how schools engage with the process, and the dynamics that take place between accreditation and inspection of organisations and schools.   About Graeme Chisholm   Graeme Chisholm is a Co-Director at Riverside International School, Prague, Czech Republic (www.riversideschool.cz).    Before taking o ..read more
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