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      February 27, 2020

      Thursday  12:00 PM

      Umm Sequim Street , Al Barsha 2 South
      Dubai, Dubayy

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      Fieldwork Education Regional Event : Dubai - February 2020

      Fieldwork Education Regional Event in Dubai   Dates: Thursday 27th and Friday 28th February 2020 Location: Hosted by Brighton College Dubai Early registration closing date: 30th January 2020 Late registration closing date : 19th February 2020 Schedule: Arrival and Registration from 12.30pm on Thursday. The event will close by 5pm on Friday.   These events are designed to help you deliver the best experience in your chosen curriculum, ensuring that your young learners benefit from improved learning. Our extensive and high-quality programme of professional learning events also give you the opportunity to engage with other teachers from the region, share knowledge and learn from a mix of perspectives from other schools.       Registration dates and deadlines:       Early Booking fee        GBP £400 per person                                    GBP £500 per person for the Leading the IEYC/IPC courses       Late booking fee         GBP £450 per person                                    GBP £550 per person for the Leading the IEYC/IPC courses       Late booking fees will apply 4 weeks before the course start date.       2 weeks before the event, courses will be confirmed. All registered participants will receive a communication about which courses are definitely taking place.     All courses are structured within our professional pathway: Level 1  Recommended introductory professional learning for each curriculum and how to implement/launch this in a school context Level 2  A mid-level professional learning course, focusing on embedding the international curriculum and approaches into practice Level 3 An in-depth and detailed investigation on each curriculum or area of specific subject-matter expertise     Level 1: Implementing the IEYC    Suitable for: Teachers and Leaders   This introductory IEYC course is recommended for all new schools, teachers and leaders to the IEYC and provides practitioners with an overview of the research and development behind the IEYC as a curriculum, including its Learning Principles, Process of Learning, Learning Strands and Learning Outcomes and how they can be used to support reflective teaching practices and help guide children’s learning and development. Participants will also become familiar with the IEYC Personal Goals and the international dimension of the curriculum, enabling them to effectively plan for and implement the IEYC.   Level 1: Implementing the IPC Suitable for: Teachers and Leaders This introductory IPC course is recommended for all new schools, teachers and leaders new to the IPC and provides practitioners an overview of the research and development behind the IPC as a curriculum, including its structure across mileposts, the IPC’s Learning Goals (International, Personal, Subject), Process of Learning, independence and interdependence between subjects and the IPC’s three types of learning: Knowledge, Skills and Understanding. Units of Learning are introduced as is planning with the IPC, with the Brainwave unit critical in the planning process. The course also identifies how to make an impact on children’s learning, teaching and assessing and introduce the IPC Assessment for Learning programme. This IPC course is designed to start participants and schools on a successful journey of implementation.   Level 2: Embedding the IPC Suitable for: Teachers and Leaders* This level 2 IPC course focuses on learning within an IPC context, to deepen understanding of improving learning in a school. It introduces the key aspects of a school’s Shared Vision and how the role of Classroom Practices and the IPC’s focus on International Mindedness will contribute to achieving a Shared Vision of learning. Using the IPC Self-Review as a tool, criterion 1-4 are central to the course, as participants will reflect on the IPC in their school before collaboratively planning and developing an action plan based on key take-aways. *Course participants should already be confident in their knowledge of the curriculum and its implementation. It is highly recommended that participants complete level one training and have two to three years of international curriculum experience prior to attending this course.   Level 2: Identifying, Assessing and Improving Children's Learning Suitable for: Teachers and Leaders Our Identifying, Assessing and Improving Children’s Learning (IAICL) course focuses on the critical differences between the IPC’s three types of learning – Knowledge, Skills and Understanding and their impact on planning, teaching, learning and assessing. The course enables participants to implement and adapt the IPC Assessment for Learning Programme.  As well as consider their school’s planning of an IPC unit of learning with a view to identifying, assessing and improving children’s Knowledge, Skills and Understanding.    Level 2: Leading the IPC Suitable for: Leaders and Administrators*  Our leading IPC course focuses on improving learning for students through rethinking direction at the leadership level. The course encourages participants to focus on three big questions and develop three understandings: ‘Who is a Leader of change?’, ‘How do I lead key stakeholders through change?’ and ‘How do I know that change has improved learning – our core focus - and how that informs more change?’. The course supports leaders to be able to guide improved learning changes, explore key ideas and discuss reflections.  *Course participants should already be confident in their knowledge of the curriculum and its implementation. It is highly recommended that participants complete level one training and have two to three years of international curriculum experience prior to attending this course.   For course overviews and suitability criteria please refer to the Professional Learning catalogue which can be found here: https://fieldworkeducation.com/professional-learning   This event also includes our ILMP Middle Leader 4-day course. For more information, click here - https://fieldworkeducation.com/professional-learning/international-leadership-and-management-programme/middle-leaders    IMPORTANT: Cancellation Policy If you are no longer able to attend the course, please advise us in writing no later than two weeks before the course start date to receive a full refund. After this time, no refunds will be processed; however, we will try to accommodate a transfer of your registration to a colleague if the course has not yet started. Once the course begins, no refunds or transfers are possible. Fieldwork Education reserves the right to cancel this event or individual courses due to low enrolment or unforeseen circumstances. Final course decisions will be made and announced two weeks before the event start date. After this time the event / course will be confirmed to registered participants in writing. Please be aware of this before making any travel arrangements. Fieldwork Education will not reimburse travel expenses for courses cancelled. Where appropriate you are strongly advised to take out travel insurance to help cover you against any unforeseen circumstances.

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