Join us in Nairobi for the AISA 2020 Invitational Conference at the Brookhouse School, Runda Campus from 7th - 8th March 2020.
Schools today need to prepare students for a future we can't yet imagine. Your students are future leaders who will invent technologies we don’t yet know we need, work in jobs that don't yet exist and solve problems they did not create. The world will seem a much smaller place to them as they work for global companies, moving in and out of many cultures and work with people who are different from themselves. As educators, we must prepare our students to be globally competent learners, leaders, and citizens who will succeed in the future.
The AISA Invitational Conference (AIC) is for teachers and school leaders who are committed to developing students who will become highly competent international professionals, scholars and leaders. All the workshops are led by expert-practitioners from Kenya, USA, UK, all teaching at accredited international schools in Nairobi. These practitioners work in international schools where global competence is at the heart of all the teaching and learning and where students are being prepared to take their place in a globalized, fast-moving world. Who better to learn from as you consider how to make sure your students are ahead of the pack?
Register before the 14th February 2020 to benefit from our Early Bird Discount.
Register and pay for 5 delegates for the AIC and get the 6th delegate free
Registration Closing Date: 21st February 2020
Why not also join us for the AISA-COBIS Child Protection Course running a day before the AIC event on 6th March 2020 also at the Brookhouse School?
Click Here for more details and register separately for the Child Protection Pre-Conference.
Nairobi...the capital and largest city of Kenya is an energetic, modern city that serves as a fascinating introduction to both wildlife and nightlife. Popularly referred to as the 'Green City in the Sun', Nairobi has favourable weather all year round, is home to a fabulous National Park as well as historic and cultural sites.
AISA conferences are well known for their strong emphasis on community. Once again this year we have built into the programme opportunities for you to network with your colleagues and peers, with our associate members and with thought leaders in international education.