Societal changes are unstoppable. Technological advancements influence the access and delivery of growing knowledge. The demands on the workforce continue to vary while global economic interdependence increase. These changes require a response from the education sector that protects the learners' interests and ensures that they are ready to face the challenges of today and tomorrow. How might we view curriculum standards that are reflective of the current times? How do we nurture thinking classrooms?
Session1:11:00-12:30(CST) 90 minutes 3 July 2021
Session2:13:15-14:45(CST) 90 minutes 3 July 2021
Leda is a highly experienced educator with a demonstrated history of curriculum development, teacher training, and change leadership. She is skilled in best practices that promote educational philosophy and pedagogy for global schools. Her most recent work with teaching teams has focused on learning data-driven systems and practices, transdisciplinary and concept-based planning and teaching, balanced literacy and math programs, inclusion practices, and designing learning environments.
Leda has been an educator for 25 years, working with students and teachers from preschool to high school. She is currently an Assistant Principal at Shekou International School in China, and previously served schools in South Korea, Japan, and the Philippines. She is an IB workshop leader and visitor, and has facilitated teacher trainings and school visits across the Asia Pacific.