IPSEF Asia |Shanghai, China , 23-26 April 2018

Why you should attend IPSEF Asia 2017

IPSEF is a series of unique high level global conferences that combine keynote presentations, panel discussion, table top exhibits, workshops, school visits, and networking receptions to facilitate effective partnership building for senior figures from schools, the investment community, governments, and education suppliers.

This rich mix of delegates provides anyone involved in a new school operation with possession of the very latest insights and contacts, enabling them to plan a new school with confidence, whether as an investor, owner, Head or project manager.

Speakers Include

Maryanna Abdo, Vice President, Parthenon-EY

Dr Abdulla Al Karam, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Director General of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA)

Amol Arora, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, SHEMROCK & SHEMFORD Group of Schools

Nigel Austen, BC Program Principal, Maple Leaf International School - Chongqing

Colin Bell, CEO, Council of British International Schools (COBIS)

Rachel Burtrand, ICT Integrator, Nexus International School

Eva Cartwright, Founder & Principal, The Teaching Assistant College

Nicki Coombs, Head of School, Beaconhouse Malaysia School

Judith Curtis, Head of Secondary, NIST International

Andrew Dalton, Executive Principal & Director of Education, The International School @ ParkCity, Malaysia and Chairman of AIMS (Association of International Malaysian Schools)

Delton Daniels, IT Educator, Curro College

Suresh Dass, COO & Principal, St. John's International School

Richard Davies, Divisional Director, Fieldwork Education – Nord Anglia Education

Shellie Gazdik, Associate Director of Client Success, Hobsons

Dr Goh Chee Leong, CEO, HELP Education Services (HELP International School)

Glory Goh, Head of ICT (Junior School), Apple Distinguished Educator, Instructional Designer, MS, Dulwich College Suzhou

Winston Goh, Head of Marketing (South APAC), Axis Communications

Diane Jacoutot, Managing Director, Edvectus

John Gwyn Jones, Managing Director, Panyathip International School

Jaco Joubert, Head of IT, Curro

Stuart Kent, High School Principal, Seoul Foreign School

Pierre Le Roux, Executive Head, Curro College

Judith Y. L. Loh, Pre-school Centre Director, Deputy President – NAECCEM, National Association of Early Childhood Care and Education Malaysia

Prof Madya Dr Sharifah Meriam Binti Syed Akil , Rizq Islamic School

Matthew Marson, Learning Technologies & Systems Coordinator, EdTech, HELP International School

James Mullan, Editor, Which School Advisor

James Neill, International Director, GL Education Group

Robert Pick, Master, Marlborough College, Malaysia

Penny Robertson, OAM, Founder, Australian International Schools, Indonesia

Kevin J Ruth, Chief Executive, Executive Director, ECIS

Dr Nurul Nadiah Sahimi, Deputy Dean of Education, UNITAR International University

Dato’ Felician Teo, Chief Executive Officer, Eaton International School

Ian Temple, Principal, Tenby International School Setia EcoHill

David Tongue, Headmaster, Brighton College International School - Bangkok

Peter Wells, Principal, Taylor’s International School

Boo Chuan Yen, Vice-principal and Head, English Language Centre, Hin Hua High School

Sami Yosef, Head of South East Asia Research, ISC Research

Ruth Young, Secondary Principal, Bromsgrove International School, Bangkok Thailand

Siamack Zahedi, Managing Director, The Gateway School of Mumbai

Some of the conference topics covered include

• Preparing International school students for university and career success: A case study approach

• The Chinese independent school education framework: A successful case study

• Developing models for low cost and high quality education

• Challenges facing International school curriculum development

• What does quality teaching look like?

• Building leadership capacity

• Islamic schools - a new trend

• Social media and parent engagement- Making communication simple and useful

• Special needs school - scope and future prospects

• Promoting global learning - facilitating global citizenship

• The new rigorous COBIS Patron’s Accreditation system for international British schools overseas

• Getting value from your data: Exploring how schools are driving improvement through effective use of data

• Parental concerns regarding in-school surveillance

• Child Protection - Safeguarding your international school in an uncertain world

• Improving teacher retention in offshore and international schools through professional development, staff building and pastoral care.

• A tale about two start-up schools

• What expats want from schools

• The changing landscape of International education in Asia

• Establishing a socio-emotional climate to support learning

• Going mobile with Tech Integration

GL Education Seminars

Running in parallel with the IPSEF Asia conference on the 22nd March at the InterContinental Hotel, these two GL Education seminars are designed to help schools make the most of their student data. Choose from an introductory session, or a more interactive session aimed at experienced users of data.

09:30 – 12:15 An introduction to the use of data to support teaching and learning
13:15 – 15:45 Using data to support teaching and learning: effective implementation

For more detailed information on the seminars and to register: via the GL Education website

If you have any questions please: email GL Education

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