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We are excited to welcome you to our Curriculum Summit in Asia on January 25-27, 2019! Below, please explore the individual sessions, and register for the sessions of your choice to design your own professional learning experience.

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Saturday, January 26 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
From Transfer to Assessment: A 3-Stage Approach to Reviewing, Rebuilding, and Revitalizing Your K-12 Curriculum FULL

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Reviewing, rebuilding, and revitalizing an international school's curriculum is no small task.  From personnel and professional development concerns, to accreditation mandates and documentation challenges, great school leaders focus on what needs to be done to implement sustainable change.  This session will address the three stages of system-wide curriculum development, documentation, and deployment.  Participants will identify and choose from appropriate methods and systems that work best in their unique school setting.  Additionally, they will learn about tools and best practices to leverage the important yet very heavy lift of a sustainable curriculum overhaul.

Objectives:
  1. Process, Process, Process: Revitalizing an international school's curriculum is process oriented and must include stages of development.  
  2. To sustain this initiative over time means creating a culture of commitment, not compliance. 
  3. One size does not fit all! Don't be afraid to customize and adapt to the unique circumstances of your school. 

Speakers
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David Coleman

Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, Seoul International School
David Coleman is in his sixth year at Seoul International School. He is a longtime AP English and Journalism teacher and currently directs the K-12 curriculum and schoolwide professional development. David has focused the majority of his career on sustainable district-level improvement... Read More →


Saturday January 26, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Library

Attendees (30)