AISA Deep Dive Videos

AISA Deep Dives provide international school leaders, educators and co-professionals a unique opportunity to engage in practical, interactive and personalized learning. With 12 hours of synchronous and asynchronous learning over five weeks, Deep Dives will challenge the participants’ thinking and inform their practice.
The AISA Online Deep Dives are open to all AISA members and will take place over five weeks from 14 September – 15 October 2021.

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  • Brief Interventions for School Counsellors

    This Deep Dive has been developed to introduce school counsellors to various evidence-based interventions that will equip them to offer effective, timely support to students.
  • Best Practices in Joyful Language Teaching and Learning

    The aim of this deep dive is to explore research-based best practices in the teaching of world and classical languages and determine ways to incorporate new strategies, tasks, and thematic units into current practice.
  • Effective School Business Management for Finance and School Leaders

    The aim of this deep dive is to provide good practice in specific aspects of business and financial management for international schools.
  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL) - Planning the Journey for School-Wide Implementation

    This Deep Dive will provide opportunities to investigate, explore and identify a framework for choosing and implementing social-emotional learning (SEL) across the school community.
  • Promoting Learner Motivation Through Agency and Inquiry in the Elementary School

    The aim of this deep dive is to explore the role of agency for students as a way to promote curiosity and motivation.
  • What does that mean for ICTs in International Schools

    This Deep Dive is an opportunity for like-minded practitioners to meet and discuss what "The New Normal" means for ICTs and their integration in education.
  • Teaching Assistants Supporting Inquiry in The Classroom

    The aim of this session is to provide teaching assistants with resources and strategies for inquiry, ELL, classroom management, and environmental engagement support in learning communities.
  • Windows and Mirrors - Developing Representative and Inclusive Curriculum with Intention

    The aim of this session is to ensure that your curriculum provides students with the opportunity to see themselves reflected in the curriculum and to have access to learn about those with identities that differ from their own.
  • Governance as Leadership - Leading International Schools in Challenging Times

    The aim of this deep dive is to explore insight into the facets of leadership required of the board and the pivotal partnership with the Head of School.

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