Understanding the CP (CANCELLED)
- PD Topic area: CP
- Language: English
- Level: Cat 3
TAISI CP & LEAD workshops in Goa, India - August 2022
These IB workshops will form part of the pre-conference workshops at the TAISI Leadership Conference 2022. Click here to know more.
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Topic: Leading an IB learning organization
Facilitated by: Richard Curtis
IB leaders are responsible for designing and sustaining learning environments where students and staff are encouraged to continually expand their skills, attitudes and dispositions. Through this workshop, you will develop a greater understanding of your role in the learning organization, as a designer, mentor and teacher.
You will explore how to:
- challenge prevailing mental models with new ideas and innovative methods in order to bring about change
- apply sense-making*, systems thinking and activity theory to build a shared vision and continually develop your IB programme(s)
- develop strategic aims that align with the IB Programme standards and practices.
*Each school needs to make sense of what it means to be an IB World School within its own specific context. There is no-size-fits-all approach to being an IB World School—instead, it is about a symbiotic relationship between the IB and its schools, focused on organizational growth.
Practical application: This workshop is centred around identifying a systemic problem or challenge participants are facing in their school context and applying the key ideas of sense-making, systems thinking and activity theory to work through the issue. Leaders will leave with practical strategies and protocols to further develop their programmes by writing a case study based on their problem or challenge.
Suitable for: Senior leaders, including directors, US district leaders, principals/Head of Schools and individuals moving into those roles.
Topic: Understanding the CP (CANCELLED)
Facilitated by: Jasmine Madhani
This workshop will introduce you to the CP, including the IB philosophy and ethos. You will explore the effective delivery of career-related courses alongside the academic strand of IB Diploma Programme (DP) subjects and the CP core. You will learn what it means to be an IB World School and get a brief overview of the development of the CP and the CP core. In addition, you will explore the role of the CP Coordinator, understand how CP subjects are delivered and assessed and obtain strategies to design an effective CP. You will also have the opportunity to discuss the CP authorization process and work with CP Standards and practices.
This workshop is designed for schools that want to broaden their educational offering at post-16 by introducing the IB Career-related Programme (CP). Aimed at interested, candidates and existing IB World Schools, this workshop can be used as an exploration point for interested schools, as an information source for candidate schools and as a refresher workshop for existing IB World Schools authorized to run the CP. Designed for school heads or administrators and CP coordinators or coordinators designate.
The workshop provides an opportunity to explore and understand the CP and the opportunities and strengths that come from the combination of vocational and academic programmes.
Suitable for: Head of schools, Coordinators
Health and safety message for participants attending face-to-face events
The IBO values participants’ health and safety. Complying with local/national/state/venue COVID-19 guidelines ensures that these priorities are at the forefront of our events. Participants are also asked to support these measures by staying home when they are sick and reviewing and following relevant COVID-19 guidelines while participating in an IB event.
Your safety is our top priority and concern. The IB will continuously monitor the COVID–19 situation and provide the necessary updates to registered participants. The event will be organized in accordance with the school’s/ local authorities’ event management recommendations and guidelines.
Day 1: Monday, 29 August 2022, 10:30 a.m. - 05:30 p.m.
Day 2: Tuesday, 30 August 2022, 10:30 a.m. - 05:30 p.m.
Day 3: Wednesday, 31 August 2022, 10:30 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.
Participants are expected to attend all sessions on all days.
For booking/ registration assistance or event enquiries, please contact:
Anu Monga from TAISI (The Association of International Schools of India) directly at firstname.lastname@example.org / call (+91) 9152882022