AAIE Membership 2021-2022
AAIE News, IDEAS and events
NEW SCHOOL PROJECT WEBSITE AND BOOK
Collaborating on the NEW SCHOOL PROJECT
The New School Project is continuing to move forward. This meeting is open to ALL who worked on this project over the last year. Join us as we share out a structure that can bring this project to completion without a lot of heavy lifting. A timeline and proposal will be shared. If you are unable to attend this call but would still like to participate, please reach out to Dana Watts at email@example.com.
Friday, June 18, 2021 at 8:00AM EDT
OUR WEEKLY GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CONVERSATION
Thursdays at 8:00AM EDT
Our weekly global leadership CONVERSATION continues into June 2021. where we place key leadership issues out front for all to see. Then we tackle the problem-solving as a community.
Thursday, June 17, 2021 8:00AM EDT
THE SUMMER OF LEARNING SERIES
Big Questions Institute and AAIE in Collaboration
The Big Questions Institute has just opened registration for its new and unique Summer of Learning 2021 series. The series consists of five, four-hour workshops offered at two different times per day. Leaders in the field will help participants chart a path for rethinking schools and classrooms in the post-pandemic era.
AAIE COVID BRIEFING HIGHLIGHTS
Data and Ideas to Support Your Crisis Leadership
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2021 - #223
176,755,996 COVID-19 Cases Worldwide
This Week's CONVERSATIONS
A surge in Indonesia
Delta variant detected in 74 countries
LANCET and the Scottish research on Delta variant hospitalization- double the risk
Coronavirus in the USA by December 2019
Asian countries struggling with reopening
A bit of whimsy out of Milan
How long immunity will last after vaccination?–longer than first thought
Why Zoom has Become a Time Machine for Schools
School in an era of Covid-19 has thrown up some unprecedented challenges. But most of us will now agree that it has also presented us with an opportunity to see certain things in a new light and do some things differently.
Take, for example, Alumni reunions.
Read the post by Dr. David Willows, IS Brussels
Helping to Open a Hospital for COVID-19 Compromised Patients - Students Are in the Lead
By Dr. Ted Mockrish, Head of School, Canadian International School, Bangalore
CIS, along with Entrepreneurs Organization and Cytecare Cancer Hospital, have joined together to open a 120 bed Oxygen Care Facility utilizing the School's boarding unit for phase one of a project to support local health care facilities in battle the rising Covid-19 cases within Bangalore city.
Learn more and discover how you can support this effort.
NEXT STEPS: The AAIE New School Project
Much has happened over the past year. Read a summary of what we have accomplished and where we are headed.
The project is taking the summer months to create ready access to the New School Project website and to ensure a storehouse of leadership resources.
Find out more about Phase Three.
WORTH A READ
Burnout: Modern Affliction or Human Condition?
To be burned out is to be used up, like a battery so depleted that it can’t be recharged. In people, unlike batteries, it is said to produce the defining symptoms of “burnout syndrome”: exhaustion, cynicism, and loss of efficacy. Around the world, three out of five workers say they’re burned out. Burnout is widely reported to have grown worse during the pandemic, but what, exactly, is burnout?
Read this The New Yorker article to find out more.
WORTH A READ
Why We Might Not Remember Our Stories of COVID-19
All of us have an inbuilt tendency to generate plausible stories out of memory fragments, even if many of the stories we tell have been decoupled from the original set of facts that inspired them. And, far from being a “bug” in our brains, this form of memory redaction - even amnesia - is important in helping us sift, sort, and distill what is important for our future life.
By Dr. David Willows, Director of Advancement, International School of Brussels
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Our weekly updates for leaders. Five articles we think you will find important, a few books we think are worth a read and some words of encouragement to get you through these difficult times.
On this page, you will find an archive of our every-other-day email updates regarding the COVID-19 virus, along with our weekly COVID-19 online conversations. Each newsletter contains fresh links to the latest information and developments, along with handpicked resources to assist leaders in this difficult time.