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Recruiting New Members for AISA Design Teams

POSTED: August 5, 2022Category: AISA Articles, NewsBY: Steve

Over the past six years, AISA has created a range of Design Teams to inform our thinking, strategy and programming. Design Teams consist of educators from our member schools who have a passion for and expertise in the domain of the Design Team.

Members meet virtually every month and onsite at the AISA Conference. Each Design Team is chaired by one of the AISA Team members and the group feeds into AISA’s short and long-term goals. Design Team membership is a voluntary role but offers a unique opportunity to collaborate with others, share and develop your expertise and shape the future of international education in Africa. We are currently recruiting members of the following Design Teams:

AISA Professional Learning Design Team (PLDT)

We seek three of the most innovative and visionary 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 based 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.

To apply, complete this online form no later than 31st Aug 2022 and if you have any questions, please reach out to Graham at gwatts@aisa.or.ke

AISA Service Learning Design Team (SLDT)

We seek six of the most innovative and effective leaders of Service Learning in our region to join the AISA SLDT to help guide the design and implementation of our Service Learning programming and to ensure AISA remains at the forefront of world-class practice in this area. SLDT members can be employed at any AISA full member school.

SLDT members are selected on their ability to contribute to the Team’s development of an impactful and relevant Service Learning Programme for AISA member schools. The role entails strategic development of AISA’s expanding mission and vision for Service Learning in all AISA member schools, programmatic decision-making, researching and piloting innovations, and measuring impact. SLDT members meet annually for one day before or after the annual AISA-GISS summit in January and throughout the year via regular online group calls. Each member is expected to actively contribute to planning and promoting AISA’s Service Learning events and programming to colleagues and to take leadership of a specific aspect of the team’s work. We welcome applications from across our diverse range of schools and educators.

To apply, complete this online form no later than 31st Aug 2022 and if you have any questions, please reach out to LeeAnne at llavender@aisa.or.ke

AISA Wellbeing For All Design Team (WADT)

This team has a broad remit to inform all aspects of child protection, safeguarding, wellbeing and social and emotional learning. The group meets virtually once a month to decide the strategic direction of AISA’s work in these areas, monitor implementation and analyse the impact in schools. In this oversight role, members of this team are involved in the delivery of AISA’s professional learning programme where they share their expertise and passion for this area of concern. New members are sought from school counsellors, leaders and educators whose daily work at school keeps them current in this field and who are keen to shape provision and lead peer-to-peer learning.

To apply, complete this online form no later than 31st Aug 2022 and if you have any questions, please reach out to Chanel at chanel@aisa.or.ke

AISA DEIJ Design Team (DEIJDT)

Over recent years, this team has been influential in shaping AISA’s strategic direction in diversity, equity, inclusion and justice for us as an organisation and for our schools. Members of this group are facilitating AISA Affinity Groups, leading professional learning for their peers and contributing to the AISA DEIJ Guide that will be published in 2023. New members are sought from those whose professional role engages them in DEIJ leadership and those who are passionate about transforming international schools in Africa.

To apply, complete this online form no later than 31st Aug 2022 and if you have any questions, please reach out to Chanel at chanel@aisa.or.ke

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