Training for Schools | International Education
In Fall 2022, NEASC launched ACE Learning 2.0, a refreshed version of the transformational ACE Learning Principles. All schools preparing for their second round with ACE as well as new schools to NEASC will be using the ACE Learning 2.0 protocol. Schools following the Collaborative Learning Protocol with NEASC and the IB are also using ACE 2.0. Session participants will explore the new ACE Learning Principles and engage in learning conversations and activities with peers from other schools to deepen their understanding.
Who should attend?
- Individuals from schools already following the NEASC ACE or CLP Accreditation Pathways to NEASC Accreditation
- Anyone interested in learning more about the ACE Learning or CLP Accreditation Pathways
IMPORTANT: this is not a visitor training session; we will not cover visitor-related content or questions in this session. Please check our events page for upcoming visitor training sessions.
What will be explored?
- The new ACE Learning Principles with expanded focus on wellbeing, DEIB and and Impacts
- Most updated Foundation Standards including NEASC’s new 8 Child Protection requirements
- New guidance on the NEASC 4 Cs (Conceptual Understanding, Commitment, Competency and Capacity) and the Developmental Continuum
- New guidance on developing a Shared Understanding of High-Quality Learning
Time at the end of the session will be available to answer school-specific questions.
Thursday, April 27, 2023
Time: 11:00-17:00 CEST (UTC +2)
Day 1 Workshop at the 2023 ECIS Leadership Conference
In-person at the International School of Düsseldorf, Germany
You must be registered for the ECIS Conference in order to attend this workshop.
Trillium Hibbeln, Associate Director for Accreditation and School Improvement
NEASC Commission on International Education
You must register for the ECIS Conference in order to attend this workshop.