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Back to School

Special Day


Saturday 14th August

Welcome back to school

Maike Silver

Following a difficult year shaped by Covid19 school- reopening needs to be carefully planned. This welcome back to school session will focus on 3 key questions.
  • What team-building activities can help set the tone for our leadership team and/or teachers?
  • How might do we engage leadership/ teachers in school-wide goal setting?
  • Whether we open face-to-face or online, how do we address the well-being of our students and teachers?

GMT 5am, Beirut/ Riyadh 8am, Dubai 9am, New Delhi 10.30am, Singapore 1pm, Sydney 3pm


Getting “Worldwise”: Courageous Teaching to Transform our Classrooms for a Post-COVID World

Carla Marschall

During this time of social and ecological uncertainty, how can education be a humanizing force that prepares students as knowledgeable, compassionate, and engaged local and global citizens? As we begin our school year, this webinar explores ways that we can support our students in meeting the challenges and opportunities of living in our complex, interconnected post-COVID world. In particular, it will consider the role of learning aimed to nurture students’ global competence, or knowledge, skills, conceptual understandings, and dispositions needed to understand and act on complex human and environmental challenges. This is supported in democratic classrooms where students have ownership over their learning, authentic opportunities for decision making, and high levels of agency. As we start the year, let’s ensure our diverse students are seen, inspired, and empowered to create positive change in their communities and beyond.

GMT 7.30am, Cairo 9.30 am, Beirut/Riyadh 10.30am, Dubai 11.30am New Delhi 1pm, Singapore 3.30pm, Sydney 5.30pm

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Back To School in the Early Years-Laying The Foundations

Lynn White


The start of the school year is a great time to reflect on the community and culture we wish to create for our youngest learners. This session will explore establishing relationships and building a sense of community, beginning of year procedures/systems and setting up a learning environment conducive to inquiry. This will be very much a sharing session with participants being asked to share their thoughts, ideas and experiences at key points so we have great take-aways to begin the year with!

GMT 11.15am, Beirut / Riyadh 2.15pm, Dubai 3.15pm, New Delhi 4.45pm, Singapore 7.15pm, Sydney 9.15pm

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للأهل دور أيضا

Hiba Mostafa EL-Sheikh

خلال هذه الجلسة سنتعرف على دور الأهل مع بداية العام الدراسي الجديد وسنكتشف كيف يساهم الأهالي بالتعاون مع المعلم ببناء وتطويرشخصية المتعلم

GMT 6.15am, Beirut / Riyadh 9.15am, Dubai 10.15am, New Delhi 11.45am Singapore 2.15pm, Sydney 3.15pm


أهلًا بكم في صفّي الافتراضي لهذا العام

Paul Bou Absi

يُرجّح أن يكون التعليم خلال العام الدراسي الجديد مدمجًا. في هذه الجلسة سنركّز على التعليم الافتراضي: كيفيّة التفكّر بالممارسات السابقة لتحسين التعليم هذا العام، كيفيّة التخطيط وتحضير الدروس التفاعلية النشطة وصولًا الى استخدام طرق التقييم الفعّالة لتقييم العمل باستمرار.–

GMT 10am, Beirut /Riyadh 1pm, Dubai 2pm, New Delhi 3.30pm, Singapore 6pm, Sydney 8pm

FENG SHUI: a smooth start for important results in your classroom

Cristiano Falconi

In this webinar we will know the basics of feng shui and how to design your classroom. We will share info about: colors, setting and general feng shui tips.

MT 12.30pm, Beirut / Riyadh 3.30pm, Dubai 4.30pm, New Delhi 6pm, Singapore 8.30pm, Sydney 10.30pm

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Creating a Classroom Culture of Curiosity: Surefire Techniques for Engagement & Deeper Learning

Dr. Wendy L. Ostroff

We learn by engaging and exploring, asking questions and testing out answers. Yet our classrooms are not always places where such curiosity is encouraged and supported. In this webinar, Dr. Wendy Ostroff will help participants plan out a student-centered environment that allows for openness and surprise, where inquiry guides authentic learning. We will consider current cognitive science and neuroscience findings showing that curiosity releases dopamine, and activates the hippocampus (remembering) and prefrontal cortex (executive functions); sustains intrinsic motivation; and showing that extra curious children exhibit related cognitive gains.

We will discuss ways to cultivate curiosity for diverse learners, including sharing power via emergent curriculum; modeling student curiosity through exploration, novelty, and play; for allowing autonomy, intrinsic motivation, imagination and creativity within structure; for supporting questioning and critical thinking; and for bolstering experimentation and problem solving by deliberately opening up time and space. This workshop will challenge the notion of a hierarchical classroom, and instead generate ideas to harness the powerful drive in all learners—the drive to know, understand, and experience the world in a meaningful way.

GMT 2pm, Beirut / Riyadh 5pm, Dubai 6pm, New Delhi 7.30pm, Singapore 10pm, Sydney 12am



 Culture et voyage avec Pr Gérard Bejjani

  1. Les Sept plus fortes émotions esthétiques (Histoire de l’art) Lundi 13 septembre
  2. Notre cerveau et nos émotions – Pr Nada Moghaïzel (Education) Lundi 27 septembre
  3. Homosexualité : interdit religieux (Religion)  Lundi 11 octobre
  4. L’homosexualité dans la littérature (Littérature) Lundi 25 octobre
  5. La Sicile des mythes et des rites (Tourisme) Lundi 8 novembre
  6. L’éducation psychique par les contes 2ème partie (Psychologie) Lundi 22 novembre

GMT 15h (16h en novembre) Paris 17h, Beyrouth 18h, Dubaï 19h (20h en novembre)

Tarif spécial : 100€ pour les 6 ateliers

Tarif pour les résidents au Liban :200 000 LL  (s’adresser au Pr Gérard Bejjani : e-mail ou  +9613736036)

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Different Perspectives on Agency

Re-Imagining Personalized Learning to Empower Learner Agency

Barbara Bray

We are born curious and learn every day. Yet, in school and through our lives, we may be told what and how we need to learn. This session will invite you to ask who owns the learning and why we need to end teaching to the average. Barbara will walk you through Universal Design for Learning, why everyone can build their one personal learning backpack, and review how to address teaching and learning approaches so learners have a voice and choice Join Barbara to bring back curiosity and develop learner agency by reimagining new ways of teaching and learning in uncertain times.

Developing Relationships in Your Classroom to Increase Agency



Dr. Ilene Winokur

Developing Relationships in Your Classroom to Increase Agency and Improve Outcomes

Why do we need Belonging before Bloom? How can creating relationships with students increase student agency and improve outcomes? Feeling like you belong is relational and increases self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-efficacy which transfers into agency. When teachers value students for their uniqueness by getting to know them, listening to their stories, helping them create relationships with them and their peers they are motivated to participate, take risks with their learning, and improve their learning outcomes. This presentation will share different ways to ensure a safe, accepting, inclusive environment for all students to feel a sense of belonging.

Agency through the culture of thinking in early years



Samah Abou Ghazal


This webinar will shed the light on empowering young learners to become active agents and thinkers, where they lead their own learning, and develop thier thinking dispositions. In the webinar, we will define what is agency and see the impacts of raising autonomous learners on the learning process. Establishing an environment conducive to thinking and learning will give the children a voice with what and how they want to learn.
We will look at a documentation of a unit that will help us see agency in action.
Fostering a culture of thinking will promote a sense of agency within the classroom environment where thinking becomes the core of learning, and the teacher becomes a consultant in the process.

Teacher agency


Karen Crooke

Teacher Agency is a redundant term as far as I am concerned. Developing and building an agentic environment that supports all learners is the key to educational change. In the time we have, I hope to share some thoughts and wonderings about the alignment of agency to pedagogy and accountability, the “collective good” and teacher wellbeing. I have asked four members of our team to share their experiences and I would like to finish off with some misconceptions – without putting a damper on it’s importance and relevance to 21st C education.

Agency بالعربي

Ali Ezzeddine

خلال هذه الجلسة سنتعرف على مفهوم القوة المحركة ونجيب على عدد من الأسئلة المتعلقة بالقوة المحركة

It starts with you


Mark Ryan

It Starts with You – How your story will ignite their journey in the classroom (student agency)
– story telling (personal narrative)
– skills (art specific)
– questions (meaningful)
– conceptual lens

Becoming Agentic Educators


Lu Gerlach

As educators, we are making non-stop decisions throughout the day about what and how ideas are shared. In this workshop, we are going to explore how to share that decision-making process with our students, so they can develop their agentic thinking. This is a process and it requires us to be intentional and release some of the control. Are you ready to become an agentic educator?



Bilingual Education

Learning Through Language: The Beauty of Language Immersion Schools


Maria Abad & Bodo Heiliger

Children constantly work to understand the world around them and also have those in the world around them understand them. This desire to make sense of themselves and the world provides the foundation for children to be immersed in an additional language, not only to become fluent in another language but to develop cultural fluency. At The International School in Portland, Oregon, USA, children are fully immersed in one of the three languages of instruction, Mandarin, Japanese, and Spanish. In this session, participants will engage in a case study of The International School, where they will engage in learning the structures, practices, and policies to ensure that children experience powerful concept-driven and play-based learning environments across all classrooms.


Planifier une unité de recherche en contexte bilingue

Carine Lagacé

Dans ce séminaire en ligne, nous allons nous pencher sur la planification d’une unité de recherche transdisciplinaire en contexte bilingue. Nous explorerons les différents éléments à considérer lors de la planification initiale, la collaboration avec les autres enseignants impliqués et nous terminerons avec un exemple concret d’une activité d’apprentissage. Les participants seront invités à poser des questions et à partager leurs propres stratégies.


Du Iz Tak? Translanguaging and Symbolic Learning


Josh Blue

Du Iz Tak? Manazoot. Translanguaging. Meaning making is at the heart of self-expression, self-understanding and communication. Delving into the concept of ‘Translanguaging’, we will explore how every has voice, choice and ownership and the ability to express themselves, regardless if they are familiar with the language of instruction or not. Using picture books, research and YOU, we are going to redefine ‘language’ by exploring the power of using what we know and who we are to communicate and express ourselves. We will co-construct a model of translanguaging and look specifically at way to embed key practices in your classroom.

تنمية مهارات اللغة في سن الطفولة المبكرة

Tahani Hashem


The Highly Effective Bilingual School

John Nicholls

This webinar explores the philosophy, structures, strategies and practices that create a successful bilingual school. Drawing on experiences from the Bilingual European School, Milan, the session will give examples of successful practice but will also explore the challenges we are still working through. There will be lots of opportunity to discuss your own school’s successes and struggles.

BES hosted an international team of researchers, led by Goethe University’s Professor Torregrossa, who investigated cognitive integration of language. They found excellent levels of critical thinking and connection making, as well as strong language transfer mechanisms, in our bilingual students. This webinar will explore how these skills were developed and nurtured.


أسبوع في صف ثنائي اللغة

A week in a Bilingual class

Fatima Ahmed Gazageh & Angela Skinner

This webinar explores the collaborative planning and strategies that are used to ensure success in a bilingual educational environment. Drawing on experiences from Qatar Academy Al Wakra, Qatar, the session will go through the typical week of planning and implementation of key concepts. We will share the benefits and challenges with examples of what we do to ensure success. We will also share ‘Tips and Tricks’ that we hope are a practical takeaway. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and share ideas from your own school.
خلال هذا اللقاء سنتحاور معاً ونتشارك الأفكار والتّجارب والاستراتيجيات والممارسات العملية في الصفوف ثنائية اللغة. بالاعتماد على الخبرات المكتسبة من أكاديمية قطر الوكرة في دولة قطر، سنقدم أمثلة على الممارسات الناجحة وايضاً وسوف نتناول التحديات التي ما زلنا نعمل من خلالها للوصول إلى النجاحات. وخلال هذا اللقاء سنتبادل الأفكار ، ونجيب عن العديد من التساؤلات

The power of Technology: Five Tools to Make a Difference in Your Language Class


Alberto and Mario Herraez-Velazquez

In this session, you will learn how to use technology to enhance your teaching approach. We will showcase five tools that will help you to transform your practice into a 21st century practice by creating meaningful activities and engaging content. Are you ready to take your language classes to the next level?



Learning Together through Inquiry

Provocation – a doorway to Inquiry

Sonia Singh

Provocations are found at the start of an inquiry to provoke thoughts, ideas and ignite curiosity. Provocations allow teachers to gain an insight into what the students know and where to take the learning experiences into the future. Good engaging provocations spark a lot of learning opportunities leading to engaging questions, powerful discussions and paving a way to inquire further. As a true PYP educator, reflecting and refining our provocations is something that is critical to developing student’s learning and sparking curiosity. What are some of your favourite provocations? I will be sharing some of my favourite ones with you that led to questions and engagements for deeper learning.


تقنية صياغة الأسئلة

Rawan Merie

إن القدرة على طرح الأسئلة والإجابة عليها أمر أساسي في عملية التعلم. حيث أن مهارة طرح الأسئلة تعتبر وسيلة رئيسة نكشف من خلالها معرفة الطلبة السابقة، ونحدد الثغرات في الفهم والمعرفة لديهم. هذه التقنية بسيطة ويمكن تطبيقها على جميع الفئات العمرية من الروضة وحتى الصف الثاني عشر، لما لها من تأثير قوي في اكتساب الطلبة لمهارات التفكير العليا والفهم والتعلم مدى الحياة.


From Guided to Student-led inquiry

Sally Saaid

In this session we will focus on the different ways inquiry can look in a classroom; from teacher guided inquiry to student-led inquiry. Focusing on the use of ATLs, and Learner Profiles we will dive deeper into the different ways inquiry groups can be formed and supported in a PYP classroom.


كيف يخلق التعليم القائم على الاستقصاء مبتكرين؟

Farah Fawaz

سنكتشف خلال هذه الجلسة كيف يمكننا دعم المعلمين والمتعلمين للانخراط في ابتكارات موجهة بالاستقصاء كي تعمل على تحسين خبرات التعلم ونتائج الطلاب بطرق مستدامة وقابلة للتطوير ليصبحوا محللين نشطين

Leading in a Culture of Inquiry

Tricia Herbert

We will explore the role of formal and informal leaders in growing and nurturing a culture of inquiry throughout the school community.

Inquiry in Early years

Katherine M Patton

The early years ~ it is where inquiry is at the heart of the educational experience. Children are natural inquirers and creating a classroom that promotes ‘wondering’ allows for children to continue to explore the world around them with their curious minds. In this session, we will use some guiding questions to explore inquiry in the early years. What does inquiry in the early years look like? Why is it important? and How can it be encouraged?



The Big Picture – Inquiry Through Art


Lise Farquhar

“But I can’t draw.”

As an Art teacher I hear this all the time, say it all the time
and think about it all the time, which fuels my fire. Art is not about drawing. It is the ultimate opportunity for students to inquire deeply into their learning from across the curriculum and life. Find out and share ways to shift the focus from techniques and terminology to context and concepts.



أهمية الذكاء العاطفي للقائد


Hussein Shatiri


Flexible Learning Environment and Timetables 

Fatima Ibrahim, Tracey Willis, Chris Beingessner & Chris Raymaakers




Teachers ARE Leaders – 3 Steps to Success!

Dina Emser


Learning organisations – المنظمات التعليميّة

Rassil Abou Zahr


القيادة التعليمية: مجتمعات الممارسين الإفتراضية

Dr. Hegazi Idris & Dr. Norma Ghamrawi



ATLs as the Foundation for Healthy Learning Communities

Wayne Quenneville and Ana Stoica



Teaching leadership skills for students

Scott Jackson, Ali Hassan & James Kawas





اضطرابات التواصل





رعاية الموهوبين ودمجهم في مؤسساتنا التعليمية 


Creating Smooth Transitions for Students with Special Needs




Mindfulness: support your well-being



الصعوبات التعلمية والتعدد اللغوي


Third Culture Kids


Universal Design for Learning as an approach for inclusive practice



Mindfulness in classroom الـتأمل الواعي

Fatima Halawani



How ICT and Media Literacy Experts Supported the Teaching and Learning Community Remotely!​

Luna Freidy and Rawan Adawi




Developing a Shared Pedagogy

Anne van Dam


 مبادرات باللغة العربية


Mirna Mneimneh, Jalal Masarweh, Doha Khassawneh




Play Therapy: Wellbeing Matters During a Time of Crisis and Beyond

Kasia Krohn



Concept-driven Learning that Transfers 

Julie Stern


Webinaires Gratuits

 Les rendez-vous AdA

avec Bianca et Ali

Durant ces rendez-vous, Bianca et Ali vont discuter d’une compétence spécifique aux approches de l’apprentissage (AdA – compétences du 21e siècle) et des meilleurs moyens de la mettre en pratique dans votre classe. Structure de la rencontre : 10 minutes d’introduction, 65 minutes de travail de planification en salles de réunion par programme et 15 minutes d’intégration.

Objectif : planifier collaborativement une compétence spécifique afin que les participants puissent avoir avec une banque d’activités concrètes à utiliser en salle de classe.Type de session : réunion de travail où la participation active et le partage d’idées et de stratégies sont requis. Les participants sont invités à interagir à micro et caméra ouverts.

Outils utilisés : Portail d’exercices AdA de LALATAT ( et un outil de planification pour regrouper les activités AdA. Cet outil sera rendu accessible aux participants afin qu’ils puissent réutiliser les activités avec leurs élèves.Compétence à planifier: Résilience ou apprendre à rebondir après des épreuves et à tirer profit de ses échecs (compétence d’autogestion).

Nul besoin d’être un expert dans l’art d’enseigner les AdA pour participer à ces rendez-vous, il suffit de vouloir partager vos bonnes idées et stratégies d’enseignement pour améliorer l’autonomie et la réussite des élèves!

Prochain rendez-vous en septembre 2021
Montréal 12h, GMT 16h, Paris 18h, Beyrouth 19h, Dubaï 20h
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