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Recruiting New Members for the AISA Professional Learning Design Team (PLDT)

08 March 2019 08:17 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

AISA is looking for four of the most innovative and effective leaders of professional learning in our region to join the AISA PLDT to help guide the design and implementation of our professional learning programming and ensure AISA remains at the forefront of world-class professional growth. PLDT members can be employed at any AISA full member school.

PLDT members are selected on their ability to contribute to the Team’s development of an impactful and relevant Professional Learning Programme for AISA member schools. You will be a member of your school’s senior leadership team and be experienced in thinking strategically. The role entails strategic development of AISA’s expanding calendar of professional learning events, programmatic decision-making, researching and piloting innovations, and measuring impact. PLDT members meet annually for two days before or after the Annual AISA Conference in November and throughout the year via regular online group calls.  Each member is expected to actively contribute to planning and promoting AISA’s PL events to colleagues at school and to take leadership of a specific aspect of the team’s work. For the coming year these include:

  1. Early Years Education

  2. The Arts
  3. Creating online PL options
  4. Service Learning
  5. British curriculum
  6. Diversity including Women in Leadership
  7. International Baccalaureate
  8. Schools as Communities of Wellbeing

This voluntary role is a fantastic opportunity to work collaboratively with, and learn from, other international thought leaders in the field of professional learning, to follow your passion for professional learning and to make an impact across the continent of Africa.

We welcome applications from across our diverse range of schools and educators.

Applications must be completed online by April 30th 2019.

Apply Here

If you have any questions, please contact Graham Watts  

Graham Watts

AISA Director of Professional Learning

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