WHAT IS ISP EDUCATION TALKS?
Sign up to ISP EDUCATION TALKS and participate live, from the comfort of your home or office. Choose from a series of online webinars focusing on key educational topics and approaches to teaching and learning.
- April 26th-28th: 12 webinars (6 topics in 2 languages)
- April 29th: 12 Virtual Open Days. Attendees can join a virtual school open day webinar of their choice.
- Each session lasts between 30 and 45 minutes + 15 minutes of questions through live chat.
ISP Schools is a network of 11 private schools in Spain, specialists in British and international education, and part of the International Schools Partnership, one of the largest educational groups in the world, with 49 schools and 45,000 students in 14 countries. We train bilingual students, help them reach their full academic potential, and empower them to adopt an international mindset through innovative learning.
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28 de mayo
10:00 a 11:30
(Sesión en español)
Webinar: Blended learning – modelos híbridos de aprendizaje
Webinar: Ventajas de la inmersión lingüística y educación internacional en etapas tempranas
Jornada Puertas Abiertas: Conozca al equipo directivo y proyecto educativo de nuestro colegio
29 de mayo
10:00am a 11:30am
Webinar: Blended Learning as a Solution for Future Education
Webinar: How international education and language immersion prepares youngsters for the future
Open Day: Get to know our school’s leadership team and educational offering
26 Abril – 12:00 26th April – 18:00
Are our children safe on the internet?
In this session we will analyse the current situation and the different dangers on the internet (Social networks, pornography, cyberbullying …), and we will discuss pertinent information about how to increase web security and online safety measures.
26th April – 10:00 26 Abril – 15:00
Future-Proof Skills for 2030 and Beyond!
Our current Year 8 students will enter the job market in 2030. In this webinar we will explore the type of careers our schools need to help prepare them for by looking at megatrends and the transferable skills that will help our students thrive in a world that never stands still.
27th April – 12:00 27 Abril – 18:00
Home or Away? The global academic opportunities for students from international schools.
An overview of the possible academic and career pathways for students who are advanced multilinguists. An understanding of how qualifying in two educational systems is an advantage in the increasingly competitive university application process.
27th April – 10:00 27 Abril – 15:00
Inspiring the Future: The importance of Early Years Education
This webinar will provide an opportunity to learn about the key elements of Early Years Education and the huge impact early learning has globally. Looking at what the best first steps into learning consist of, the importance of the Foundation Stage and how getting things right early on, can make an enormous difference in the future.
28th April – 10:00 28 Abril – 15:00
How to help your child learn better at home?
A chance to cover the basics of learning and how we get better at Knowledge, Skills and Understanding. Reflect on how, as a parent or carer, you can conciously support your child’s learning at home in simple ways that make a difference.
28 Abril – 12:00 28th April – 18:00
Together we learn: innovating in education
Our children are in a situation in which they cannot know their future jobs. We know however, they will be prepared! Let’s change the view on education!
Alicia Alonso de Leciñana - Directora de Laude Fontenebro School
Con estudios universitarios en Historia, Economía, Educación y Comunicación, Alicia acumula más de 20 años de experiencia en docencia y gestión, tanto en el ámbito escolar como universitario. Sus principales áreas de interés y trabajo son la dirección de equipos, el modelado y desarrollo de proyectos educativos y los cambios metodológicos asociados a la implementación de la tecnología en las aulas.
Apostamos por las nuevas metodologías, donde el alumno adquiere todo el protagonismo y el profesor se convierte en un guía motivador. En este proceso de aprendizaje personalizado, cada alumno marca su ritmo y es él quien descubre, investiga, compara y resuelve.
El trabajo de la competencia digital de los alumnos es uno de los grandes pilares de nuestro centro. Una de las responsabilidades que tenemos con nuestros alumnos, es formar ciudadanos que puedan integrarse y responder a las demandas que la sociedad exige.
Trabajamos mucho las habilidades que abrirán muchas puertas en el futuro de los alumnos. Aprendizaje competencial, trabajo cooperativo, resolución de conflictos, oratoria, creatividad…
Programa que facilita que nuestros alumnos puedan desarrollar sus talentos, aceptando, reconociendo y expresando sus opiniones, sus miedos y sus anhelos en un ambiente seguro. Desde el Departamento de Orientación les ayudamos a conocerse mejor y a superarse.
LAUDE British School of Vila-real
LAUDE British School of Vila-real, fundado en 1996, ofrece un proyecto educativo único en la provincia de Castellón, con una clara vocación internacional y multilingüe, siguiendo los Currículum británico y español, además del International Primary Curriculum. Es el único colegio británico, privado y mixto de la provincia de Castellón que cuenta con todas las etapas educativas desde Infantil hasta Bachillerato, de 2 a 18 años.
Newton College es un colegio internacional innovador, mixto, de enseñanza bilingüe(1 a 18 años). Combina el currículo británico y programas internacionales en Infantil y Primaria. En Secundaria cuenta con un doble currículo español internacional (PAI del BI) y en Bachillerato se elige entre el Programa Español Internacional o el Programa DP del BI.
The Lady Elizabeth School
El colegio The Lady Elizabeth School fue fundado el 14 de septiembre de 1987, en dos chalets adyacentes en Parque Esplendido, Jávea, con tan solo 14 alumnos. Actualmente el alumnado está formado por aproximadamente un 35% de alumnos españoles, 30% británicos y el resto pertenece a más de 50 nacionalidades.
Alan has led and taught in schools in both the UK and in Spain for over 25 years. He was a founding member of, ´Project Faraday´ which led the design of innovative learning spaces in science education and formed part of the UK´s Building Schools For The Future initiative.
Amanda has taught and led in British schools in Spain for 20 years, sending students to study undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across the world. She is a Lead Inspector for British schools in Spain and an Executive Member of the NABSS committee
Group Head of Digital Learning
Analourdes has spent the past 17 years working in international education, digital learning, and leading teams across different industries, including the United Nations, the International Baccalaureate, and the corporate sector.
Chris has been leading international schools on 4 continents for 27 years and is passionate about student agency in schools. Chris serves as co-chair for the Student Voice Committee on the International Task Force on Child Protection.
Learning Experience Designer
Diana has a varied professional trajectory, having worked for 15 years in the Marketing and Sales Departments of big multinational companies and for 13 years as an entrepreneur, co-founding and managing companies in varied sectors.
Head of Senior School
Ed has been in education for more than 20 years, focusing largely on pastoral and sixth form matters. A teacher of History and Politics he has a passion for global affairs and has travelled extensively – most notably in India and the United States. Ed has been at Claremont for 7 years.
Primary English & STEAM Teacher
Joseph has taught internationally for 5 years and specialises in intercultural education and the developent of bilingualism. He is a certified International Baccalaureate educator and is passionate about providing a safe and secure learning environment for all students.
She trained as a Therapeutic Education teacher and specialized in Early Years Education where she has been working as a Spanish teacher for the last 20 years. As a specialist teacher for children with learning difficulties she has designed a support plan for working with children with specific needs for Educational support.
Global Head of Safeguarding
Lisa has extensive experience in educational management including being a Headteacher. Due to her previous career as a Police Officer she is passionate about child safety chosing to specialise in safeguarding in educational settings, hence her role as Head of Safeguarding at ISP.
Head of Innovation
Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Trainer and specialized in internet security and safeguarding for students and schools. In the last 10 years he has directed and advised the implementation of technology in numerous schools in Spain.
Natalia has worked in education for more than 20 years, with a particular focus in student wellbeing and leadership. She trained in the UK and worked in El Salvador as an IB English and TOK teacher and served as Head of Secondary before moving to Spain and joining International School Andalucia as Headteacher.
ISP Group Head of Directors of Learning
Nick trained in the UK and worked as a maths teacher and leader of department in the state school system before moving to Spain and joining International Schools Partnership 6 years ago as the Director of Learning for the European schools. He now leads the Directors of Learning team across the 6 world regions of ISP.
Raúl was trained in Science at the University of Malaga and joined The British School of Málaga 6 years ago as a Science teacher. Since then, he has served as Technical Director of the Spanish section and head of the department for the subjects that give access to Spanish universities.
Innovation Team Coordinator and Head of English
Santiago has taught in international schools for the last 14 years using for the last eight active methodologies in his classes. Teacher trainer for methodologies and educational technology, IB examiner and holds a postgraduate degree in Innovation, Methodologies and Evaluation.
Head of Early Years and Key Stage 1 Coordinator
Sarah trained as a teacher in the UK, working in a variety of schools as both a teacher and a middle leader. For the last 6 years Sarah has been teaching and leading in an International school in Spain where she specialises in Early Education. She is passionate about ensuring every child has the best possible learning experience.