POSTED: July 1, 2020Category: AAIE AlertsBY: Steve

In this briefing, several interesting and diverse topics are covered. We consider our most important organizations – our families, dive into ideas on scheduling teaching and learning in the new school year and glean insights from the global leadership community on defining our post-pandemic schools.

  • Patrick Lencioni of The Table Group discusses “The Most Important Organizations in the World” – Our Families.
  • Dig into the five separate investigations by Education Week researchers on how distance learning and hybrid models impact the use of teaching time. These articles offer very real tools for leading schools.
  • Catch up with the weekly conversation between School Heads and Senior Leaders from across the world talking openly and honestly on the most pressing issues and dilemmas.
  • Join a group of international school leaders on Friday, July 3 for a provocative global inquiry seeking to finalize a draft of NEW SCHOOL guiding principles that define new ways of thinking, leading and doing in international schools.

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