COD 2023 - M313

Cambridge International School Heads' Forum - What does "good teaching" and "good leadership" look like in practice and how can we improve?

Heads, Heads of Department from all levels

1 sessions, start: 15-Feb

Course detail

Year: 2023
Level: Management
Language: English
Status: Ended
Lugar: ESSARP - Deheza 3139, CABA
Facilitator/s: Ms. Lucila Márquez, Ms. Anik Blanchard
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ESSARP Schools
Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 4500.00
Non affiliate
ARS 4500.00


Sessions Dates Start Finish
1 15 February 2023 11:00 am 12:30 pm


Lucila Márquez

Lucila Márquez, Senior Manager, Latin America - Southern Cone & Andes, Cambridge Assessment International Education.

Lucila has vast experience with Cambridge International Schools in Argentina from her many roles within schools as a Teacher, Coordinator and Head and in her role as Examinations Manager in ESSARP. She is trained in NLP and Ontological Coaching and in 2020 she completed the "ILM Level 5 Certificate in Effective Coaching" with the Institute of Leadership and Management, UK. She has been with Cambridge International since 2014.

Anik Blanchard

Schools Development Manager, Chile, Central America and the Caribbean Cambridge Assessment International Education
Heads, Heads of Department from all levels
Cambridge International is committed to supporting the continuing improvement of the quality of educational outcomes for all learners following Cambridge programmes in schools around the world. We recognise that classroom teaching has the largest impact on the quality of educational outcomes. What teachers know and do makes the difference in improving student learning outcomes – their knowledge, pedagogical practices and relationships with students. We also recognise that teachers cannot achieve and sustain high-quality outcomes for all students without effective leadership. In support of this, we have developed the Cambridge Teacher and School Leader Standards to define key characteristics and practices of effective teachers and leaders, and our ‘RAG Grid’ as an evaluation tool to help you assess your teaching or school leadership by asking yourself key questions and looking for examples from your own practice.

In this interactive session we will explore the Standards and, focusing on one as an example, work with it to design ways in which they can be used to confirm successful teaching and leaderships practices and help determine areas and priorities for professional development.
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