A long awaited and unique event... 11-13 July 2013 in Miami
You have chosen to be a principal and been working hard at being the best you can. You love it and want to continue. You've done plenty of traditional professional development, have plenty of experiences and ideas to share and are eager to grow even further in the profession...what's next? The Summit!
Not a course. Not a conference. An all new 'summit', uniquely for principals and assistant principals in international schools.
If you are...
a career international school principal, this is for you. The summit is uniquely for practicing international principals and assistant principals. All attendees will be currently working in an international school as a principal or an assistant principal (leading a section or division) .
about the latest thinking on leadership and systemic change in international schools.
...with Kevin Bartlett, the Director of the International School of Brussels, Belgium. Kevin will lead Keynote sessions on:
‘Leadership, Systems and Making a Difference.’
Share and generate...
with other committed leaders who:
- Desire to reflect on current role and performance andexamine personal style
- Want to engage with others in similar roles, through professional dialogue
- Are eager to commit to the power to impact learning that the Principalship holds.
- Are committed to extending the leadership community we plan to create beginning with this summit, beyond. including a commitment to follow up during the school year via blogs, webinars, posting resources, etc.
in generative thinking and learning through
- Inputs from our 'summiteer'
- Skype -in experts
- Small group exercises
- Think Tank opportunities
- PEP Talks (Principals Educating Peers)
to attend this new event to further enhance your professional learning.
Thursday 11 July 2:00-9:00 pm
Friday 12 July 9:00-5:00 pm (evening event - 7:30 -9:30 pm)
Saturday 13 July 9:00- Noon
Enjoy...a serene setting...
The Turnberry Isle Hotel & Resort (Miami, Florida, USA)
19999 West Country Club Dr.
Aventura, FL 33180
Tel: +1 305 932 6200
this opportunity with Geoff Smith (The Lincoln School Ghana) and Tim Stuart (Singapore American School) who helped inspire and spearhead this initiative.
- 3-day session and materials
- 2 nights private accommodation
- 2 additional meals
- 4 snack breaks
Angela Wooles (AWooles@ThePTC.org) for information and registration details.