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#PROJECTAERO

Continuing Our Journey: Accelerating the Learning

Overview of a Standards-Based Curriculum and Guidance for 2021-2022

With ERMA ANDERSON

THIS EVENT HAS PASSED - THANK YOU


STRAND

STRAND(S): STANDARDS-BASED LEARNING, DEEP LEARNING

DATE

Aug 23, 2021

TIME

3:00-4:00 PM (GMT+3) + 30mins for questions

ELIGIBILITY

OPEN TO full MEMber SCHOOLS

COST

NO COST

AUDIENCE

FOR HEADS OF SCH & PRINCIPALS

EVENT TYPE

ZOOM WEBINAR


ABOUT THE WEBINAR

We are on a journey.
And a Standards-Based Learning System (SBLS) is our destination.

The central purpose of Standards Based Learning (SBL) is to make learning the goal for all students. To do this, we are designing systems and structures that are more personal, more flexible, and more engaging—for educators and students.

Student learning is not solely driven by high-quality academic curriculum and instruction. To accelerate student learning, students need to feel like they belong, be emotionally well, and be supported within a proactive, predictable, and safe environment.

In this session, we will explore strategies and resources for addressing ‘acceleration’ and for integrating social emotional learning (SEL) competencies into disciplinary literacy practices.

“How can we do this better?” is our driver on this journey to excellence.

As we welcome students to the 2021-2022 school year, we are focused on this question with the goal of helping teachers, support staff, families, and students emerge from these unprecedented times and start a new school year stronger than ever and focused on ‘accelerating learning’ for all students.



Erma Anderson

MATHEMATICS & SCIENCE EDUCATION CONSULTANT

Erma Anderson is a former high school physics and mathematics teacher who currently is a mathematics consultant working with international schools on implementing the AERO Mathematics Standards. She also facilitates the Math Specialist in International Schools (MSIS) and Math Fellows in International Schools (MFIS) initiative.

Erma has worked with the National Science Teachers Association on the Mentoring Initiative e-Mentoring for Student Success (eMSS), development of sciLINKS (www.sciLINKS.org), and Project Manager of Scope, Sequence and Coordination of Secondary School Science.

She was Associate Project Director for the Council for Basic Education’s Schools Around the World project, developing and implementing the Evidence to Excellence protocol for mathematics and science. In the past 15 years, she has facilitated conversations about the K-12 math and science curriculum, instruction and assessment in over 120 international schools.

Erma was awarded the Finis Engleman Award, NESA's highest honor, at the 2011 Fall Leadership Conference in Athens.


Registration Fees

Offered at no cost to NESA full Member schools.

Please review the Cancellation Notice before registering.

Invitations, including a registration link, have been emailed to NESA full Member Schools. If you are a Head of School or Principal at a NESA full Member School and did not receive an invitation, please contact ranya@nesacenter.org.


Supported by the Office of Overseas Schools
U.S. Department of State

US DEPARTMENT OF STATE