Rosalind, Laurie and Charlie...what follows is the active version of a DRAFT E-BLAST to be sent on Monday once you all confirm the content.  I have not made the buttons for hotel or registration active as of yet– as am still waiting on hotel particulars (negotiating room rates).  See what you think, and let me know.  Send either bricks or roses.  Want to get this thing right.

 

Mark

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Announcing– The AAIE Summer Workshop

 

The Missed Essential of Student Achievement: 


"LEADING a Healthy Community to Champion Student Safety, Agency, and Engagement"

 

June 19-21, 2019

Princeton, New Jersey-

The Hyatt Regency Hotel*

 

Presenters:

 

Rosalind Wiseman, Founder, Cultures of Dignity

Charlie Kuhn, Co-Founder, Cultures of Dignity

Laurie Tasharski,                                  International Center for Missing and Exploited Children

 

Target Audience

Heads of School, Principals, Senior Leadership, Counselors, Lead Teachers

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The Essential Workshop Question

How best to shift, because of your leadership, the way we work with young people on their social, emotional and physical well-being?

To learn more about our presenters and the workshop OBJECTIVES, click  the buttons below:  

OUR INVITATION TO YOU

"LEADING a Healthy Community to

Champion Student Safety, Agency, and Engagement"

 

Join us to rethink, reimagine and retool international school leadership for creating school cultures of dignity– to ensure the welfare and safety of young people– especially adolescents, who are bombarded with the cultural power of social media including Instagram, Snapchat, and the next platforms around the corner. Complexity has multiplied in the lives of our young people growing up overseas.  We want to learn together about supporting thriving youth and healthy communities.  

FINDING SOLUTIONS FOR SUPPORTING HAPPY, HEALTHY and RESPONSiBLE YOUTH

Any school of integrity helps students become decent, happy and responsible people.  How many schools do you know that formally articulate decency and responsibility as aims and then precisely outline how the community, working together, can achieve it?

 

Overseas schools can be hyper-focused on curricular expectations, from content to coverage, with not enough attention paid to integrating social-emotional learning into everyday life.

THE AAIE SUMMER WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE: 

School leaders must give greater focus to the complexities of adolescence within international schools, as the key to student academic success.  It is a healthy, caring, safe, participatory and well-led school environment that supports engaged and positive youth.  Schools that are intent on finding agreement on the best ways to support and keep youth safe within the community promote caring, capable, responsible and motivated students. A key leadership outcome for any international school.  We must focus more on prevention than reaction too.     

THE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY

School leaders must give greater focus to the complexities of adolescence within international schools, as the key to student academic success.  It is a healthy, caring, safe, participatory and well-led school environment that supports engaged and positive youth.  Schools that are intent on building student agency and finding agreement on the best ways to support and keep youth safe within the community and empower caring, capable, responsible and motivated students. A key leadership outcome for any international school.    

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