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ISC Research announced winners of the International School Awards 2020 at a dazzling event in London on January 20. More than 225 senior figures from international schools and education organisations from across the world attended, with St Andrews International School Bangkok (Primary School), Thailand being crowned International School of the Year 2020.
More than 300 delegates attended English UK’s two-day ELT conference in January. Focusing on the needs of teachers and managers, sessions at the event in London included how to meet professional aspirations, language teaching in the age of the multilingual turn, and recognising, avoiding and dealing with burnout in ELT professionals. Susie Dent also closed the conference…
The Education World Forum was held from January 19-22 at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London, UK. It was attended by delegates from over ninety countries – representing two thirds of the global population – interested in discussing and debating the future of education.
The British International Education Association brought together experts in plastic recycling, coastal marine science and waterway conservation to discuss the issue of plastic pollution at a half-day conference at London’s Royal Institution, as it launched its 2020 STEM Youth Innovation Competition.
Diversity Abroad hosted its Global Diversity & Inclusion Institute in London on January 16-17. The event sought to explore the climate of diversity & inclusion within the European context while US experts shared their experiences of diversity & inclusion in international education.
The Asia-Pacific International Schools Conference 2019 was held in December in Hong Kong. Attendees of the two-day event discussed themes such as inclusive education, business, innovation and leadership in education and coaching as a conversational activity to help students and teachers achieve more of their untapped potential.
More than 13,000 international visitors joined the Learning & Teaching Expo 2019 in Hong Kong during December. LTE’s 10th anniversary saw speakers including HKSAR permanent secretary for Education Ingrid Yeung Ho Poi-yan and under secretary for Education Choi Yuk-lin.
International House’s Young Learners Conference invited 80 YL specialists to Belfast in November to share ideas and best practices. Hosted by IH Belfast, speakers included Trinity College London’s Alex Thorp, Malcolm Mann from Macmillan Education and Kay Bentley from Cambridge University Press.
Unibuddy held a drinks reception at its Hoxton headquarters in London in the lead up to Christmas. The company invited friends, colleagues and partners from across the sector to celebrate 2019 in style.
London’s international education community gathered for festive drinks in the city’s centre in December. In the period leading up to Christmas, it was a good opportunity to catch up with friends across the sector and celebrate the successes of 2019.
AIRC held its 11th Annual Conference in Miami in 2019. Focusing on “New Directions in International Recruitment”, delegates discussed ways of diversifying student cohorts and explored options to make international student recruitment more sustainable.
ICEF held its annual headline US agent networking event in December at Miami’s South Beach. With over 400 quality agents attending, the three day event gave educators and counsellors the opportunity to develop new networks and maintain existing ones.