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e-Time: AISA Webinar Series

AISA is pleased to be introducing a webinar series, e-Time – a play on the theme of ‘me’ time and ‘e’ (electronically) enabled learning time. These webinars will cover a range of topics aimed at providing AISA educators with current thinking and best practice in international education. It is also designed to provide another platform to help our community better connect and engage with each other. 

Webinars will take the format of an interview with a subject matter expert and will provide you with the opportunity to ask any relevant questions from the comfort of your staffroom or classroom.

e Time will take place on the last Wednesday of the Month at the following times:

  • GMT    16:00
  • WAT    17:00
  • CAT     18:00
  • EAT     19:00

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Save the Date

Dates in 2019 Topic  Description Facilitator and Guest(s)

Wed 29th Jan. 2020

Wellbeing in International Schools: Strategy, Engagment, Practice

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" Wellbeing is on everyone's agenda, but no ones' priority". AISA is changing this with a comprehensive review of research informed interventions, suggestions on school-wide approaches and highlighting the most effective practices for children, educators and parents.

This webinar is for anyone working in an international school who is passionate about improving wellbeing outcomes for all those in the school community. Ideas and suggestions on how to create a wellbeing plan for your schools will be shared as well as practical tips on classroom practices.

Chanel Worsteling, AISA

Graham Watts, AISA 

Wed 12th Feb 2020

Learning Together Part II: Building collaborative partnerships across schools without walls

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Isolation is a challenge for many international schools, but what if we could build collaborative partnerships that foster dialogue and open classrooms doors for personalized professional development?

Ryan Hopkins-Wilcox, IS Kenya

Graham Watts, AISA 

Wed 26th Feb 2020

Why Service Learning ?

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In this webinar we will discuss;

  • Why all schools need a service learning program
  • Why we need to move schools from community service into service learning
  • Why we need to take action now to ‘live’ our vision and mission statements at our schools
Tara Barton, Serve Learn Co

Graham Watts, AISA 

Wed 11th Mar 2020

Teaching Assistants Update

We know that teaching assistants/ instructional assistants add value to student learning and make the job of the classroom teacher more manageable. This webinar is dedicated to the needs of teaching assistants, sharing good practices and forming enduring professional networks.


Graham Watts, AISA 

Wed 25th Mar 2020

Child Protection





Wed 15th Apr 2020

What are the 7 keys to remembering and recall in an exam or test? Study Skills for Success

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Most students are sent home to study and do not know how - this webinar shows teachers and students the How of study and learning. Learn the powerful strategies that make a difference to students' exam study. Through the use of simple, easy to apply and yet practical ideas, you can boost performance and exam results. Far too many people study harder rather than smarter and they end up burning out. Sitting and passing exams is supposed to get you ahead in life - not make you a nervous wreck. With simple and effective techniques described in this seminar you can massively increase your students' ability to pass exams and even reduce the time spent revising.

Karen Boyes, Spectrum Education

Graham Watts, AISA 

Wed 29nd Apr 2020

Creating a Learning Focused School Culture

As the saying goes, “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast.” Or said another way, it's almost impossible to improve learning to meet the needs of 21st century learners without creating an underlying, supportive learning-focused school culture. The webinar leaders will discuss several strategies and practices to create a learning-focused culture in schools that promotes deep learning for students and adults.

Trillium Hibbeln &  Diane Ullman, New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)/Commission On International Education (CIE)

Graham Watts, AISA 

Lead an AISA Webinar

We are always keen to hear from AISA Educators, Leaders and Associates who want to take part in the webinar series. If you have a topic you want to share and you are a passionate presenter who can discuss the issue and answer questions from participants, then we want to hear from you!

Our webinars follow an interview format, so you will asked to explain the big issues in your topic, offer advice and engage with your audience. You can apply to be part of one of our webinars via the online form.

e-Time Library

Missed an AISA webinar? See topics and links below:

Topic Facilitator Link
Personalized Learning in International Schools

Dr. Peter Bateman, AISA, Dr. Tim Stuart , ICS Addis 

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The Hiring Trends you can't Afford to Ignore in 2020

Graham Watts, AISA, Sara Carter, Teach Away

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Caring for Students Experiencing Distress

Graham Watts, AISA, Chanel Worsteling, AISA and James Rosow, Truman Group

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Expanding Educational Opportunities with Accredited Virtual School Courses

Dr. Peter Bateman, AISA and Gavin McLean, Edmentum International

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Creating Safe Schools

Graham Watts, AISA, Chanel Worsteling, AISA and Laurie Tasharski, ICMEC

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