Join us on Monday, August 29th for a mini-symposium all about international education. Network with Seattle International School teachers, share ideas, discover classroom resources, and learn new strategies for preparing global citizens. Teacher-led workshop sessions will include information on Earning the SPS International Education Category; Globalizing Curriculum through Interdisciplinary Project-Based Learning; Developing Global Competence; Investigating the World and Recognizing Perspectives; and Running a Global Leadership Class in High School. Educators will have the option to attend 2 different workshop sessions of their choice.
Keynote Remarks by Professor of Social Studies Education at the University of Washington Walter Parker.
The Mini-Symposium will take place during the afternoon on the August 29. That morning, teachers new to SPS International Schools will be able attend a special orientation workshop on international education.
***Three Teacher Clocks Hours will be provided for attending the afternoon symposium***Light lunch and refreshments also included***
Lunch will be served in the Chief Sealth Galleria (Cafeteria) at 12 (noon).
Cosponsored by Seattle Public Schools, Global Visionaries, and the University of Washington’s Ellison Center for Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies