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Conference Day Workshop

Facilitators

  • Matthew Steuer, Early Childhood Teacher/Instructional Leader

    International School of Uganda
    Not wanting the heavy lifting of DEIJ work to fall on the shoulders of marginalized individuals, Matthew is passionate about advocating as a DEIJ, anti-racist ally. As a white man, Matthew believes he is positioned to help reach others who are early in their understanding and awareness of the complicated and unfair ways in which many marginalized people are forced to navigate this world.
  • Dr Peter Bateman, Executive Director

    Association of International Schools in Africa
    Born in Australia, Dr Peter Bateman has worked in the education sector in Africa for the past 25 years during which time he has developed a particular interest in differentiated approaches to supporting Professional Learning for international educators. Having been an educator and administrator in International schools, Peter also has an interest in developing and facilitating online Communities of Practice that enable collaboration. Peter holds a PhD in Education (UK), a Masters Degree in Micro Technology in Education (UK), a Bachelor of Education Degree (Australia), and a Post Graduate Diploma in Online Instruction (USA). He was recently selected to participate in the Leadership for the 21st Century program at the Harvard Kennedy School.

DEIJ Collaborative Affinity Group

This is a safe space for educators and school leaders in the AISA region to meet to discuss how our schools can become more attuned to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) issues and to chart a plan of action leading to the educational reform required to make our school more diverse, equitable, inclusive, & just places to work and learn.

Participants

Anyone can attend this session: it is for those who want to discuss and learn about key DEIJ issues  – whatever your affinity may be

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International School of Kenya Campus, Peponi Road, Nairobi, Kenya
Postal Address
P.O. Box 14103 - 00800, Nairobi, Kenya
Phone
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Executive Director: director@aisa.or.ke
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