The ISABC supports its member schools in their development of world-class educators by encouraging collaboration and networking opportunities, providing professional development, promoting best practice, and facilitating action research.
ISABC works to connect leaders across our member schools. We facilitate 14 Leadership groups, including Heads of ISABC Schools; Principals of Early Learning, Junior, Middle and Senior School; Marketing and Communications, Admissions, HR, Business, and Risk Managers; Network and Educational Technologist Leaders; Learning Resource, Athletics and Service Learning Coordinators. Collaboration groups connect Heads of English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Languages as well as Librarians, Heads' Executive Assistants and University Counselors.
Individual ISABC Schools hold professional development sessions and lectures to which other schools and the general public are invited.
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Sep 27 Thu
Aberdeen Hall will be hosting the ISABC Conference on September 27th and 28th, 2018.
The Conference is open to colleagues in Marketing and Communications, Admissions, Advancement, Alumni and International Relations.
There has been a block booking made at the Delta Grand Hotel. Attendees can use booking reference M-BKLCTX6 for special room rates.
Itinerary (additional details will be added shortly)
Thursday Sept 27
5:00-6:00PM Check in at The Grand Hotel
6:30-8:30PM Keynote presentation and dinner at the Yacht Club
Friday, Sept 28Read More
8:30AM Shuttle to Aberdeen Hall
9:00-3:00PM Workshop – Itinerary TBA
To register for the conference please complete the Registration Google Form.
Jun 8 Fri
Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities and Presentations View More
Oct 6 Sat
The ISABC, in partnership with Future Design School, has developed a student leadership program that will empower students by developing leadership skills which will then be applied directly in their schools. Over the course of the two-day residential leadership training at Keats Camp, students and teachers will work collaboratively to design a program for their school that seeks to respond to the question: ‘How might we create a more inclusive school community?’; they will then return to school to implement their learning. Throughout the process, students will learn key leadership skills such as active listening, self-awareness, human-centered design, empathy, reflection, giving and receiving good advice, developing and pitching ideas, and public speaking. Teachers will also receive hands-on professional development on how to apply design thinking tools and methods to enhance student learning and leadership.Read More
To learn more about the Student Leadership Program visit the program's website by clicking on the link below.
Jul 3 Tue
Fraser Academy is pleased to offer the AOGPE Orton-Gillingham Training Course (Associate Level).Read More
This 70-hour course is certified by the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators, the largest OG organization in North America. The training is composed of 3 modules, for a total of 9 sessions.
It consists of high-quality training in structured, multisensory language instruction that goes far beyond the basic level of teaching phonograms.
Participants learn advanced word attack and writing skills as well as comprehension and study strategies for teaching both elementary and secondary school students with dyslexia and other language-related learning disabilities.
This approach also gives participants the opportunity to learn the structure of written English, as well as systematic and multisensory teaching techniques.
For more details and to apply: www.fraseracademy.ca/professional-development/og-tutor-training/