Facilitator: Sarah Fleming
Course: TTC - Coaching Skills for International School Teacher Leaders
Date: 28 June - 2 July 2017
Sarah is currently Elementary Vice Principal at the International School Bangkok (ISB). She is originally from Ottawa, Canada and has spent the past ten years overseas. Before taking the role of Vice Principal, Sarah served as a classroom teacher and a Learning Coach at ISB. During this time, she offered extensive learning-focused training to teachers, administrators and parents, led coaching cycles for individuals and teams, and worked collaboratively with administration to enhance a culture of coaching. Before ISB, she spent five years supporting learning at the American School Foundation of Monterrey (ASFM) in a variety of classroom teacher and teacher leader roles. Sarah holds a Certificate of International School Leadership from the Principals' Training Centre. She graduated with a degree in Concurrent Education from Queen's University, in Kingston, Canada and pursued her Masters of Science degree in Education through SUNY-Buffalo. Over the years, Sarah has been fortunate to facilitate a variety of adult learning and has presented on digital literacy, technology and learning, learning coaching, metacognition and data driven dialogues, and is working to become a Cognitive Coaching Agency Trainer.