What are Your Top Concerns in 2018?
Jan12

What are Your Top Concerns in 2018?

By Maria Castillo Diaz Mcastillodiaz@clements.com Every year Clements Worldwide releases its Clements Worldwide Risk Index (CWRI) to share key findings from participating organizations on their key losses and concerns over the past 6 months.  In the Summer/ Fall 2016 edition, the international schools that were surveyed provided the following results as key risks:  How are Risks Evolving? As Clements has been participating in schools...

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HI in the Age of AI
Jan09

HI in the Age of AI

Student equity in an Artificial Intelligence world: Ensuring a level playing field for all Human Intelligence to thrive. Join Dr. Syna Kistler for an exciting yearlong exploration into the essentials of human intelligence in a technological landscape where artificial intelligence continues to get “smarter.” Photo credit: © Alexandr Mitiuc. Purchased from:...

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American School of Paris Fuels Social Media with User-Generated Content
Dec19

American School of Paris Fuels Social Media with User-Generated Content

By Stephanie Griffin, Marketing Associate at Finalsite While social media marketing has been around for nearly a decade, some schools are still struggling to find the time, budget, and resources to build and maintain a sustainable, successful strategy. With multiple target audiences — including current and prospective students and parents, young alumni, athletes, artists, etc. — it is easy for a school to feel overwhelmed by the beast...

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Simple Meeting Hack: Change Your Agenda
Dec13

Simple Meeting Hack: Change Your Agenda

Terrie Temkin, Ph.D. CoreStrategies for Nonprofits, Inc. Regardless of your role in your school, or where in the Americas that school is found, I have no doubt that you have spent more time in meetings than you ever would have cared to. At times, you probably have rolled your eyes and silently agreed with the quote often misattributed to Star Trek’s Captain Kirk: “Meetings are events where minutes are kept, and hours are wasted.”...

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The Self-Study Process
Dec05

The Self-Study Process

The Self-Study Process by Neil Bunting, Greenfield Community School, Dubai, United Arab Emirates cross posted to CIS Perspectives Blog Having just completed the self-study process for accreditation at Greenfield Community School (GCS), Dubai, I thought it would be useful to share some of the benefits of the process for our school, and also, from what I have seen from other schools that I have visited as part of the visiting team....

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Blended Learning with Limited Technology
May09

Blended Learning with Limited Technology

By Dr. Cindy Elsberry Blended learning can deliver the best of two worlds – face-to-face teaching and technology-enabled learning. Obviously, the availability of devices for students will impact the delivery design for blended learning, but limited technology should not prohibit teachers from utilizing the technology that is available. For some schools, access to 1:1 technology is feasible. However, for most districts, the student to...

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