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Professional Learning Institutes

Professional Learning Institutes
A Professional Learning Institute (PLI) is a one or two-day focused and high-impact workshop designed to impart practical learning experiences that participants can implement at their schools. PLIs are based on our members' needs and embrace the unique qualities of teaching and learning in an international school setting.
AISA Teaching Assistants’ Institute: Supporting Inquiry Through Play, Thinking Routines, and Classroom Culture

AISA Teaching Assistants’ Institute: Supporting Inquiry Through Play, Thinking Routines, and Classroom Culture

Facilitator: Brad Chumrau

Date: 21 September 2022 — 12 October 2022

Audience: Teaching assistants or teachers that are new to schools where inquiry based practices are a foundational part of the cur

Cost: US$ 195

The aim of this course is to provide teaching assistants with strategies for supporting inquiry practices through play-based learning protocols, thinking routines and classroom culture practices.

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Building a Learning Culture in International Schools – PLC at Work Institute

Building a Learning Culture in International Schools – PLC at Work Institute

Facilitator: Dr. Anthony Muhammad

Date: 20 October 2022 — 22 October 2022

Audience: Teachers, Teaching/Instructional Assistants, Leaders

Cost: US$ 100

The aim of this session is to build a school culture where learning thrives through the PLC at Work process.

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Young People with Harmful Sexual Behaviour

Young People with Harmful Sexual Behaviour

Facilitator: Robert Tucker

Date: 1 November 2022

Audience: Child Protection Team Members, School Counsellors and Student Support Staff

Cost: US$ 150; Free for AISA Small Schools

The aim of this introductory workshop is to assist practitioners in considering and identifying key issues concerning sexual behaviour amongst the pupils they support.

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Sustaining Effective Governance: Capacity Development for International School Leaders and Board Trainers

Sustaining Effective Governance: Capacity Development for International School Leaders and Board Trainers

Facilitator: Dr. Teresa Arpin

Date: 18 November 2022 — 19 November 2022

Audience: Heads of Schools

Cost: US$ 200

This train-the-trainer model is designed to develop the capacity of heads of schools and others to provide effective training for Boards of Trustees - both within their own organization and the larger AISA region.

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Prevention or Intervention? Teacher Tools for Promoting Positive Mental Health in the Classroom

Prevention or Intervention? Teacher Tools for Promoting Positive Mental Health in the Classroom

Facilitators: Dr. Alicia Janik, Lisa Hekel, Dr. Karen Findon, Dr. James Rosow

Date: 21 February 2023 — 14 March 2023

Audience: Leaders, Teachers, Counselors

Cost: US$ 200

The aim of this institute is to equip teachers with the tools and resources to support students’ mental health struggles and address behavioral and educational concerns of students in their classrooms to promote learning and positive educational outcomes.

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JOIN OUR COMMUNITY

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY

The AISA online communities are open to all staff in AISA member institutions.

We have discussion forums on many topics supporting your networking, communication, and professional development activities with colleagues in our member schools throughout the region.

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AISA Programmes

AISA Programmes

For over five decades, AISA has been developing and delivering strategic programmes supporting professional growth, good governance, strategic thinking and wellbeing in international schools across the continent.

Our programmes include Blended Learning; Diversity, Equality, Inclusion and Justice; Governance and Leadership; and more.

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Virtual Workshops

Virtual Workshops
Virtual Workshops are 60 - 90 minute online sessions designed in an interview format with each session covering a specific topic or area of interest around current thinking and best practice in international education.

Conference Events

Conference Events
AISA’s special events – such as the annual AISA conference – reflect the innovative spirit of an association committed to ongoing growth and improvement. Edit me

Practice Groups

Practice Groups

Elevate your practice by joining an AISA Practice Group today!

AISA Practice Groups provide support through collaboration and education by sharing information and best practices via peer-to-peer learning.

Based on key AISA programme areas that promote culturally responsive practices and equity, our Practice Groups provide a shared learning framework that leads to sustainable, systemic change. Membership is free to everyone in AISA member schools. The following Practice Groups are available in 2022:

Service Learning Practice Group
Meeting virtually at 14:00 - 15:00 GMT on:

  • 28 September
  • 26 October
  • 30 November

Professional Learning Practice Group
Meeting virtually at 14:00 - 15:00 GMT on:

  • 28 September
  • 26 October
  • 30 November

Tech Integration and Blended Learning Practice Group
Meeting virtually at 14:30 - 15:30 GMT on:

  • 29 September
  • 27 October
  • 01 December

Child Protection Practice Group
Meeting virtually at 08:00 - 09:00 GMT on:

  • 27 September
  • 25 October
  • 29 November

The Wellbeing For All Practice Group for DEIJ and Wellbeing Leads will be launched at the AISA Conference on Monday 10 October 2022 and launched online shortly after. Applications close on 20 September 2022.

Register your interest in joining a Practice Group.

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AISA Conferences: conferences@aisa.or.ke
AISA Accounts: accounts@aisa.or.ke
AISA Marketing: marketing@aisa.or.ke
Executive Director: director@aisa.or.ke
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