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21st Century Skills
"We do not learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience" John Dewey

This interactive webinar invites teachers to reflect on Approaches to Learning (ATL) - 21st Century Skills as the deliberate strategies, skills and attitudes that permeate a teaching and learning environment.
Using video examples, we will examine how the learning environment can be enabled to promote the development and assessment of ATLs for primary and early years students before sharing ideas about how to develop ATLs in an online learning environment.

Oct 26, 2020 05:00 PM in Dubai

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Speakers

Helen Barett
International Trainer
Helen served as a teacher and school principal in the UK before joining government agencies in England and Australia as a curriculum designer. As Head of Programme Development (PYP) at the International Baccalaureate, she launched the successful review of the Primary Years Programme and now enjoys life as a curriculum adviser, workshop designer and lead facilitator in educational groups around the world. Her passion for holistic education inspired her to join The Hawn Foundation, a charitable trust committed to promoting mindful education in schools internationally. She now leads training for this global programme in UK primary schools. She is committed to establishing new cultures of learning for the next generation of global citizens – cultures defined more by collaborative rather than individual learning and where enquiry, concept based, and action orientated pedagogy characterise the curriculum.
Malcolm Nicolson
Director of Erimus Education
Malcolm is the Director of Erimus Education and has worked in international education for over 20 years teaching in the UK, the Bahamas and Thailand. Malcolm directed the MYP: the next chapter project at the IB as Head of MYP Development and introduced ATL to the DP when he moved across the office in The Hague to be Head of DP Development. Malcolm authored the key IB guides MYP: From principles into practice and DP: From principles into practice, though he now enjoys working with teachers from many systems, face-to-face and online.