About Chapters International
About Chapters International
About Chapters International
About Chapters International

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Upcoming Workshops

Lainie Rowell

Empowering students to become self-directed and interdependent learners both online and in the classroom is key to their immediate and lifelong success.

Alan November

Supporting students to become self-directed and interdependent learners in both online and classroom is a key to their immediate and lifelong success. Imagine if your students were: Asking more meaningful questions.

Sarah Gilmore Katierose Deos

Giving Meaningful and Manageable Feedback 4 week Semi Synchronous Online Workshop

- Sarah Gilmore & Katierose Deos

4th, 11th, 18th, 25th July 2020
6th, 13th, 20th, 27th July 2020

In the classroom, seamlessly providing students with timely and effective feedback is an integral part of how we teach.

Holly Clark

In this course we will look at how the use of digital learning tools can help educators create student centered classrooms, where students build agency in their learning.

Kath Murdoch

An Interactive, Online Workshop Teaching And Learning Through Inquiry

- Kath Murdoch

14th - 15th August 2020
29th - 30th August 2020

In the true spirit of inquiry Kath has been working hard to develop an online workshop that will ensure teachers continue to have access to practical, professional learning that deepens understanding for classroom and online inquiry.

Jared Cooney Horvath

Online Workshop From The Laboratory To The Classroom

- Jared Cooney Horvath

18th - 19th August 2020
12th - 13th September 2020

Foundations of Thinking. How does the brain work to make sense of reality, and what impact does this have on teaching & learning?

Kimberly Mitchell

Online Workshop Leading for Inquiry

- Kimberly Mitchell

12th, 19th, 26th September 2020

How do we recognize, support, and model inquiry-based instruction? Meeting the goals in today’s in-person and virtual classrooms involves building students’ communication, collaboration, problem-solving, creativity, and critical thinking skills.

Dr. Ron Ritchhart

Creating a Culture of Thinking

- Dr. Ron Ritchhart

Brisbane | 11th - 12th September 2020

The Cultures of Thinking Project is a global initiative under the direction of Dr. Ron Ritchhart, a Principal Investigator and Senior Research Associate at Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Kath Murdoch

Teaching and Learning Through Inquiry

- Kath Murdoch

Dubai | 2nd - 3rd October 2020

In this practical workshop, participants have the opportunity to clarify their understanding of what it really means to use an inquiry based approach to teaching and learning in the primary / elementary classroom.

Fiona Zinn

Documentation in the Early Years

- Fiona Zinn

Beijing | 10th - 11th October 2020

Documentation is a powerful strategy in early childhood education, a complex and significant process that invites us to reflect on and interpret the meaning and significance of children's learning.

Kath Murdoch

Teaching and Learning Through Inquiry

- Kath Murdoch

Shanghai | 24th - 25th October 2020

In this practical workshop, participants have the opportunity to clarify their understanding of what it really means to use an inquiry based approach to teaching and learning in the primary/elementary classroom.

Anne Van Dam

Enhancing Learners Agency

- Anne Van Dam

Shanghai | 24th - 25th October 2020

The concept of learner agency recognises students as agents of their own and others' learning. Schools that establish a learning environment that enhances students' sense of agency understand that shared perceptions and beliefs need to go beyond structures and procedures.

Carol Ann Tomlinson

Differentiated Instruction

- Carol Ann Tomlinson

Hong Kong | 6th - 7th November 2020

A hallmark of today's classrooms is the diversity of learners gathered together in one place. Students typically differ in culture, language, entry points into varied curricula, interests, adult support systems, enthusiasm for learning, self-confidence, and a host of other attributes.

Anne Van Dam

Enhancing Learners Agency

- Anne Van Dam

Baar, Switzerland | 7th - 8th November 2020

The concept of learner agency recognises students as agents of their own and others' learning. Schools that establish a learning environment that enhances students' sense of agency understand that shared perceptions and beliefs need to go beyond structures and procedures.

Kimberly L. Mitchell

Leading For Inquiry

- Kimberly L. Mitchell

Berlin | 17th - 18th November 2020

The role of the teacher in inquiry classrooms represents a fairly sharp departure from how classrooms have functioned over the last two centuries. Meeting the goals in today’s classrooms involves building students’ communication, collaboration, problem-solving, creativity, and critical thinking skills.

Paul Andersen

Paul Andersen has been providing professional development and teaching labsites this spring on Zoom and Google Meet. This online workshop will focus on the best practices of online science instruction including; modeling instruction, argument-driven inquiry and phenomenon-based instruction.

Steve Sostak Aaron Moniz

Empathy To Impact

- Steve Sostak & Aaron Moniz

Mumbai | 21st - 22nd November 2020

Developed by Inspire Citizens co-founders, Steve Sostak and Aaron Moniz, the Empathy to Impact teaching approach and project-cycle addresses the global need for applied learning for active global citizenship, service as action, compassionate empathy, and sustainable development.

Paul Andersen

Unlocking The Power Of The Next Generation

- Paul Andersen

Hong Kong | 21st - 22nd November 2020

The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) represent the largest conceptual shift in teaching science in decades. The addition of engineering design and an increased emphasis on the practices of science could revolutionize science education.

Guy Claxton

The Learning Power Appoarch

- Guy Claxton

Bangkok | 28th - 29th November 2020

Everyone knows what the Holy Grail of education is: schools and classrooms that help all students get the best grades they can AND build genuinely useful, transferable real-world capabilities and dispositions at the same time. We know that a key set of these attitudes and dispositions predict success.

Steve Sostak Aaron Moniz

Empathy To Impact

- Steve Sostak & Aaron Moniz

Europe | 30th - 31st January 2021

Developed by Inspire Citizens co-founders, Steve Sostak and Aaron Moniz, the Empathy to Impact teaching approach and project-cycle addresses the global need for applied learning for active global citizenship, service as action, compassionate empathy, and sustainable development.

Kath Murdoch

Teaching and Learning Through Inquiry

- Kath Murdoch

Bulgaria | 6th - 7th February 2021

In this practical workshop, participants have the opportunity to clarify their understanding of what it really means to use an inquiry based approach to teaching and learning in the primary / elementary classroom. Over two interactive days, teachers examine the essential elements of inquiry.

Trevor MacKenzie

Cultivating the Inquiry Mindset

- Trevor MacKenzie

Bulgaria | 6th - 7th February 2021

Trevor MacKenzie deepens our understanding of inquiry-based learning at the middle and high school years.

Anne Van Dam

Enhancing Learners Agency

- Anne Van Dam

Mumbai | 20th - 21st February 2021

The concept of learner agency recognises students as agents of their own and others' learning.

Kath Murdoch

Learner Agency Through Personal Inquiry

- Kath Murdoch

Hong Kong | 27th - 28th February 2021

There has been growing interest in ‘personalised learning’ for many years now. Increasingly, schools are making arrangements to provide more opportunities for learners to learn to be self-directed and to have their needs and interests met through the curriculum.

Paul Andersen

Learning Through Inquiry in the K-12 Science Classroom

- Paul Andersen

The Hague | 6th - 7th March 2021

This workshop will focus on the best practices of science instruction including; modeling instruction, argument-driven inquiry, phenomenon-based instruction, and the science and engineering practices contained in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

Kath Murdoch

Learner Agency Through Personal Inquiry

- Kath Murdoch

Dubai | 12th - 13th March 2021

There has been growing interest in ‘personalised learning’ for many years now. Increasingly, schools are making arrangements to provide more opportunities for learners to learn to be self-directed and to have their needs and interests met through the curriculum.

Trevor MacKenzie

Cultivating The Inquiry Mindset

- Trevor MacKenzie

Scotland, UK | 22nd - 23rd May 2021

Trevor MacKenzie deepens our understanding of inquiry-based learning at the middle and high school years. In this highly engaging session, Mr. MacKenzie will challenge your mind to rethink the role of the teacher and the learner in the inquiry classroom.

Marilyn Friend

Co-Teaching: Classroom Collaboration

- Marilyn Friend

Brisbane | 16th - 17th August 2021

Co-teaching has become an integral part of educators' efforts to include students with special needs in typical classes.

Carol Ann Tomlinson

Differentiated Instruction

- Carol Ann Tomlinson

Brisbane | 19th - 20th August 2021

A hallmark of today's classrooms is the diversity of learners gathered together in one place. Students typically differ in culture, language, entry points into varied curricula, interests, adult support systems, enthusiasm for learning, self-confidence, and a host of other attributes.

Carol Ann Tomlinson

Leading for Differentiation

- Carol Ann Tomlinson

Brisbane | 21st August 2021

Diversity is a hallmark of most contemporary schools. Students represent a variety of languages, cultural groups, economic backgrounds, levels of adult support, learning issues, degrees of academic advancement, and so on.