We have just returned from a great two days spent with international school leaders from around the globe at our second Pearson International School Leaders Conference. The packed agenda promised a great two days of thought provoking and practical content and it didn’t fail to deliver!
In this post, we are making available shareable PDF copies of the slide decks from all of the conference sessions. We will also share photos and videos from the conference in due course.
Day 1 sessions
Keynote #1: Future of Skills: Employment in 2030, Owen Henkel, Pearson Affordable Learning Fund
Keynote #2: The Problem Solvers: Learning for Agency, Charles Leadbeater, author of The Problem Solvers
Keynote #3: Realising the Potential of AI for Education: 3 Routes to Impact, Professor Rose Luckin, UCL Institute of Education
How mindfulness can help with your student and staff wellbeing, Ashley Lodge, Mental Health and Wellbeing Lead, Pearson
The parent maze: navigating your way to success, Karine George, educationalist
Why choose our school? Creating competitive advantage for your local community, Jason Gregory, International Qualifications Director (Vocational), Pearson. Please note: This panel discussion has no accompanying slide deck.
Dynamic learning and what it can look like in your school, Karine George, educationalist. Please note: This slide deck is available by file transfer on request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Skills development in the school curriculum, Shahina Burnett, Professional Development, Pearson
The global teacher workforce: professional learning, recruitment, retention and sustainability, Dr Fiona Rogers, Deputy CEO COBIS
Day 2 sessions
Keynote #1: 5-19 International Schools Curriculum Design for Today’s World, Roberta Thomson, Academic Qualifications Director, Jason Gregory, International Qualifications Director (Vocational), Nicola Merchant, International Qualifications Director (Academic), Pearson
Keynote #2: Employability: Educating Learners for Tomorrow, Dr Kristen DiCerbo, Vice President of Teaching and Learning Research & Design, Pearson
An academic curriculum for 5-14 year-olds, Kevin Hiatt, iPLS Product Manager, Pearson
An academic curriculum for 14-19 year-olds, Euan Gordon, International Portfolio Manager, Ben Greshon, Senior Publisher and Tope Gay, International Portfolio Manager (Qualifications), Pearson
Teaching BTEC: how to introduce a career-focused education in a broad and balanced school curriculum, Ed Shaw, International Portfolio Manager (Vocational), Pearson
Extended project opportunities for 16-19 year-olds, Dr John Taylor, Director of Learning, Teaching and Innovation, Cranleigh School. Please note: This session has no accompanying slide deck.
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