NEASC CLP Training (virtual) - February 25-26, 2023

Training for CLP Visiting Teams | International Education
NEASC and IB have been working to develop a new synchronized visit process to provide schools with a consolidated single experience to provide IB program evaluation and NEASC accreditation. The Collaborative Learning Protocol (CLP) leverages the alignment in approach between the two organizations and benefits schools by reducing the burden and duplication of effort. This shared protocol reflects our mutual values as international organizations committed to supporting robust learning communities.

This remote training, completed in two 3-hour sessions will include many activities to provide participants with opportunities to think deeply about what makes learning effective in schools and how to explore evidence of impact of learning.  There will be discussion around the crosswalk between IB PSP 2020 and ACE Learning Principles and how this can be leveraged to support school growth, as well as the logistics of the visits.
 

Schedule

Saturday, February 25 + Sunday, February 26, 2023
Time: 7:00-10:00 Australian Summer Time GMT+11
8:00 - 11:00 Berlin / 12:00 Dubai/ 17:00 Seoul
Participants must attend both days.

Location

Virtual - Zoom link will be sent to all registrants just prior to training.

Requirements

Participants must already be NEASC Visitors and have IB experience. It is also required to attend the both sessions to qualify for CLP visits. Participants should have at least two years of leadership experience (teacher leaders are welcome) in an international school and some leadership role with IB, i.e. workshop leader, program coordinator, IBEN or similar. Some previous accreditation is expected, but participants are not required to be currently working in a NEASC member school. The session is beneficial for those whose own schools are following NEASC accreditation process and are using IB curriculum.

Participants must commit to:

  • 2-3 hours of pre-training work
  • The full 6 hours of training
     
Facilitators

Darlene Fisher, International Accreditation Consultant, NEASC Commission on International Education

Registration

REGISTER HERE
Cost: Complimentary