InThinking Online Seminars in partnership with Dianne Blackburn
Disclaimer: InThinking Online seminars are neither endorsed by nor connected with the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
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These interactive, online seminars provide educators with the benefits of face-to-face professional development through remote collaboration. Facilitated by Dianne Blackburn, a highly experienced practitioner, they focus on the skills required to negotiate the remote learning environment and seamlessly navigate between the virtual and physical classroom. The goal, as always, is to ensure student engagement and high-quality teaching practice.
Online seminars consist of face-to-face synchronous sessions via Zoom. The maximum number of participants per seminar is 20, so please register today to ensure your place. We will offer a 10% discount if a school registers more than 10 teachers.
If you are interested in a tailor-made seminar for you school, please click here to receive more information.
Inclusive approaches to remote learning13 - 14 January 2021
This seminar is designed to support educators in the creation of inclusive learning engagements using UDL (Universal Design for Learning) strategies, through interactive digital tools. Using current teaching practice, the seminar will explore opportunities to create inclusive multi-media planners that engage and excite the learner.
Four 90 minute face-to-face synchronous sessions via Zoom over two days: 1st day: 24 November, 2:00 PM CET 2nd day: 25 November, 2:00 PM CETDownload agenda
Developing authentic IBL practice in distance learning26 - 27 January 2021
Developing authentic IBL practice in distance learning
This seminar is designed for educators to develop their understanding of inquiry through the design of contextual inquiry models. You will curate a range of digital tools to enrich the student experience of inquiry, provide seamless differentiation through interactive planners, which are transferable between the physical and virtual classroom.
Four 90 minute face-to-face synchronous sessions via Zoom over two days: 1st day: 26 January, 2:00 PM CET 2nd day: 27 January, 2:00 PM CETDownload agenda
Dianne Blackburn MA Ed. Leadership
Dianne is an Independent Educational Consultant providing bespoke education solutions to schools world-wide. She has many years of consultancy experience in pedagogical leadership, management and training.more...
As a facilitator and designer of professional development for teachers, coordinators and Heads of Schools throughout the world, Dianne has been responsible for the implementation of educational programmes in international schools, introducing new methodologies and technologies. In-school, she was responsible for the management of diverse teams, stakeholder engagement, change management, and training.
In addition to her consultancy, Dianne also works as a Lead Educator and Workshop Leader for several organizations including the International Baccalaureate. Outside her current role, she has worked for many years as an MYP Coordinator, Arts Teacher and Principal Examiner and is highly experienced in all aspects of assessment.
As an experienced Lead Educator, Dianne has focused on supporting educators to meet the demands of our rapidly changing educational climate. She has designed strategies to enable schools to align Inquiry Based Learning to their context whilst enabling teachers to provide high-quality education through remote learning.
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