A Conversation with...




A Conversation with...
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Community & Charity Parent Partnership

UPDATE: We're now fully booked for this event! In the event you are unable to attend after you have registered, kindly email Rebecca at rebeccaj.ws@alice-smith.edu.my.

Dr. Gerards Event QR CodeDue to demand we will also be live streaming this event. Book mark this YouTube link which will be active from 8.15 am on the 3rd October to watch live.

Throughout the term our Head of School, Ms. Sian May, hosts 'A Conversation with..’ where she talks with a network of experts on a range of topics. These sessions are aimed to educate parents, and the wider KLASS community, on the opportunities and challenges young people, educators and schools face today and in the future.

GerardThe first session on the theme of Highly Effective Ways to Achieve Student Outcomes, Dr Gerard Calnin will examine the evidence regarding student achievement drawing from his experience as a Senior Fellow with the Education University of Hong Kong and his work with organisations such as the International Baccalaureate and Cambridge Assessment. His thirty-year career in education has ranged from classroom practitioner to head of school, to government policy advisor, to researcher and lecturer at the tertiary level.

Guest: Dr Gerard Calnin
Theme: Highly Effective Ways to Achieve Student Outcomes
Date: 3rd October, 2022
Time: 8:30 - 9:30 am with a coffee meet and greet at 8am
Venue: 6th Form Lecture Theatre, The Alice Smith School, Secondary Campus

The presentation will explore what highly effective schools do, and how they are organised, to maximise learning growth for all students. We will explore both contemporary research and practice as it is evidenced in high performing schools around the world. We will also examine the crucial role that parents play as co-partners in the education of their child/ren. There will be an opportunity for discussion and questions arising from the presentation.

We look forward to bringing you more great sessions over the coming months.

 

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