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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.

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

Positive Leadership – Harnessing The Power of Positive Psychology

Graham Watts, AISA, Dr Suzy Green Go Here

AISA Wellbeing for All Webinar: To Record or Not Record?

Katie Rigg, CIS, Mark Orchison, 9ine Go Here

AISA Virtual Schools Collaborative – Supporting Online Learning into the Next School Year

Derek Devine, Edmentum
Go Here
AISA Wellbeing for All Webinar: Transitions Dr DeeDee Werner, Nancy Remondi and Shelly Maldonado
School Counsellors - International School of Kenya (ISK)
Go Here

A Path Toward The “New Normal” – Reinforcing Resilience in the Face of Uncertainty in International School Communities

Doug Walker Go Here

5 steps to successful online discussions (Grades 6 -12) 

Catlin Tucker, Graham Watts, AISA Go Here

For Parents – Staying Sane with your Kids in Virtual School

Karen Boyes, Graham Watts, AISA  Go Here
Leading in a Time of Crisis: Supporting Mental Wellness in Self and Others Doug Walker Go Here
Reopening Your Campus - What are the COVID-19 Considerations?  AISA School Heads Discussion Go Here
AISA Student Support Service Coordinators Meeting AISA Student Support Service Coordinators Discussion Go Here
AISA Health Officers Community Forum AISA Health Officers Discussion Go Here

Taking It Online – Tips for Effective Online School Counselling

Alicia Janik, The Truman Group, Graham Watts, AISA  Go Here

Designing A Multi-Week Learning Experience with the 5E’s Instructional Model 

Catlin Tucker, Graham Watts, AISA Go Here
Mindfulness: Exploring Mindfulness to Support our Well-being Elmeka Henderson, AISBamako, Graham Watts, Chanel Worsteling, AISA Go Here
Designing Learning Experiences for Younger Students and their Parents Catlin Tucker, Graham Watts, AISA Go Here

Mapping Scenarios for the Future of our Schools

 David Willows, Dr. Peter Bateman, AISA

Go Here
Financial Planning for Schools Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

 AISA Business and Finance Managers Discussion

Go Here
Taking Offline Learning Online - Demystifying the Parts of an Online Lesson  Catlin Tucker, Graham Watts, AISA Go Here
Impact of School Closure on Staff Management & Recruitment Daniel Fitzpatrick, ISOuagadougou, Dr. Peter Bateman, AISA  Go Here
Impact of Campus Closure on School Operations Kareen Laplanche, TASOK, Dr. Peter Bateman, AISA  Go Here
Self-care for International Educators During COVID-19

Sean Truman, Truman Group, Chanel Worsteling, AISA

Go Here
Why Service Learning? Tara Barton, Serve Learn Co Graham Watts, AISA  Go Here
Learning Together Part II: Building collaborative partnerships across schools without walls

Ryan Hopkins-Wilcox, IS Kenya, Dr. Peter Bateman, AISA 

 Go Here
AISA Research Schools Information and Vision Sharing

Chanel Worsteling, AISA,  Graham Watts, AISA

Go Here
Wellbeing in International Schools: Strategy, Engagment, Practice

Chanel Worsteling, AISA,  Graham Watts, AISA 

Go Here
Personalized Learning in International Schools

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

Go Here

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

Graham Watts, AISA, Sara Carter, Teach Away

Go Here 
Caring for Students Experiencing Distress

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

Go Here
Expanding Educational Opportunities with Accredited Virtual School Courses

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

Go Here
Creating Safe Schools

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

Go Here


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