Due the pandemic, international schools are faced with many new situations, including how to navigate on-campus, virtual, or blended learning environments. Here is collection of professional development opportunities, recordings, and resources to support you during this time.
New Professional Development Sessions
ISS Deep Dive Sessions into Virtual Learning
During the 2020 school break, we hosted a professional development virtual learning series that featured a mixture of presentation, group work, and individual exploration. Each four-hour Deep Dive Session covered one of seven different content areas and brought educators together from all around the world. View the padlets from the sessions.
Educators Supporting Educators: Transitions to Online Learning Webinar Series
In this webinar series, Educators Supporting Educators: Transitions to Online Learning, ISS is bringing together educators who have been learning literally every day about how to quickly adapt their classroom teaching to new online learning environments. Check back regularly to see new webinars.
With the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), many schools made the switch to a 100% online learning environment. This is a snapshot of some of the work of many schools and individuals in regards to policy, technical operations, teaching and learning and community wellness.
Policies & Guidelines
“I’ve been tremendously impressed by the resilience and grit of both teachers and students. Though we are apart, the sharing of resources, best practices, and efforts to boost each other up through acts of kindness has been inspiring.”
– Chris Boyle, Secondary School Principal, Dalian American International School
– Robert Park, IT Manager, Shekou International School
– Lisa Jenkin, Team Lead Student Support, Shekou International School
Tools and Platforms
– Edward Bruce, Learning Innovation Coach, Shekou International School
– Middle school student
Share your resources
We have created a form to gather resources throughout our international community of online resources. Please feel free to share links or ideas.