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Chadwick:Valuing and Understanding Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement

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Chadwick International School

Incheon, Incheon 406-082

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A pro-social, contemporary, teaching and learning culture ‘in a changing world.’

This workshop will focus on the following parameters in contemporary teaching settings:

The diversity of human development and the likely impact of culture, family and life experiences on learning and development in ‘our changing world’.

Investigate the principles and practices of curriculum and pedagogy which address issues of diversity, equality/equity and disability through inclusive and integrated approaches to teaching, learning and assessment.

Relate curriculum knowledge to specific practical challenges (with a focus on diversity and inclusion/engagement) Discuss and evaluate the forms of, and processes for, negotiating individual learning management plans, particularly to meet the learning and social needs of gifted, and additional needs and EAL students

Participants will:

Be more knowledgeable and conversant in an International School Environment about Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement.

  • Critically evaluate your own knowledge and practice in relation to 21st century approaches to diversity, inclusion and engagement. Have improved depth of knowledge about the diversity of human development; the likely impact of culture, family and life experiences on learning and development

  • Begin to develop a contemporary personal educational philosophy around the topic of inclusion and diversity, that will better inform personal teaching practice.

  • Be able to discuss inclusive curriculum planning and teaching, evaluate and create forms of, and processes for, negotiating individual learning management plans, particularly to meet the learning and social needs of gifted and additional needs students and EAL students.

  • Explain the rationale and processes involved in the assessment and referral of children requiring additional professional support.

Audience

Class teachers, additional/special needs coordinators and teachers.

Anyone interested in diversity, inclusion and engagement.

What to bring

  • Examples of diverse teaching experiences/student’s profiles/practices that you are familiar with, and willing to discuss and share.

  • Samples of Individual learning plans

Presenter's Biography: Justine Yeates

Since 2015 Justine has been working at Dwight School Seoul as the Head of ‘Quest’ in the Key Learning Center. The Key Learning Center is responsible for four types of services for many students; EAL (English as an Additional Language), Special Education Needs (SEN), Spark of Genius, and Extra Tuition. There is a strong focus on personalized learning and encourage a safe and supportive learning environment embracing diversity and engagement.

After graduating as an Early Childhood and Primary teacher in Australia, and a Montessori teacher in USA, Justine spent over 20 years teaching in both early childhood and primary settings, in the USA and Switzerland and Australia.

Justine developed a passion for working with children who thrive when they are given additional support for their development and learning. This inspired her to do post graduate study in Mental Health for the Teaching Profession, then completed a Masters in Counselling at Monash University in Australia. Justine continued to work with children with additional needs at a school from pre-school to year six. She went on to develop her own business in Melbourne, delivering early intervention to children in schools, kindergartens and working with families in a home setting. This role was complimented with over six years of continuous lecturing and tutoring for the Bachelor of Education at three different universities in Melbourne.

Other highlights of her career involve taking a role in an action research project and teaching a bilingual program for Melbourne University. In addition, Justine coordinated speech and language programs for children with a disability, which were evaluated by Murdoch Research Institute in Melbourne. She took part in developing an online learning course for Autism awareness for the Royal College of General Practitioners in Australia.

Justine currently is the chair of Social Justice (Community Service) at Dwight School Seoul and is committed to helping maintain Dwight’s inclusive educational philosophy.

Justine has three adult sons living in Australia and USA.


Workshop Timings:

Saturday 23 September

8.30 - 9.00 Introduction to the conference

9.00 - 10.30 Session One

10.30 - 11.00 Break (snacks provided)

11.00 - 1.00 Session Two

1.00 - 1.45 Lunch (lunch provided)

1.45 - 3.45 Session Three

Sunday 24 September

8.30 - 10.30 Session Four

10.30 - 11.00 Break (snacks provided)

11.00 - 1.00 Session Five (conclusion of workshop)

Certificates

All participants will receive a certificate of participation for the workshop.

Costs

Early Bird Fee: US$300

Registration fee after the 31 August 2017: US$330

Registration fee after the 30 September 2017: US$360

Cancellation Policy

Please note that each workshop will proceed based on participant registration. Innovative Global Education will inform you by 1 September, 2017 if the workshop is to be cancelled. If the workshop is cancelled your full payment will be reimbursed.

Workshop Participation

If Innovative Global Education is informed by 1 September, 2017 that a participant is unable to attend the workshop, a full refund will be given. If notification of not being able to participate is after 1 September, 2017 IGE will be unable to refund the registration fee.

If, for any reason, a school needs to either transfer a registered participant to another workshop from the workshop registered or change the name of the participant attending a workshop, Innovative Global Education can make these changes on request from school or participant.

Travel and Accommodation Information

What do I need to know when making travel plans?

Chadwick International

45, Art center-daero 97 beon-gil, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, South Korea (22002)

International travel:

Songdo is conveniently located 20 minutes from the Incheon International Airport. Upon arrival, head to the Incheon Taxi ranks outside door 5 of the arrivals wing. A metered taxi from the airport to Chadwick International should cost about 30,000KRW.

Domestic Travel:

Songdo is accessible from Seoul using the metro system (Incheon Line 1) or express busses. More detailed maps and route numbers are available on Chadwick International's webpage. Parking is available on campus.

Accommodation:

Map showing hotels and Chadwick International

Songdo is a compact city, easily walkable in all seasons. All of the hotels listed below are within a 10-15 minute walk from Chadwick International's campus.

Central Park Hotel

Orakai Songdo Park Hotel

Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel

Oakwood Premier Songdo

Holiday Inn Incheon Songdo

Hotel Gyeong Won Jae Ambassador



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