How Covid-19 has impacted wellbeing in international schools and some solutions for schools
Wednesday 31 March @ 1100-1145 GMT
Research conducted by ISC Research in December 2020 shows that COVID-19 has had a profound impact on the wellbeing of international schools, including students, teachers, leaders and wider school communities. This webinar will address some of the results from the research and, based on these findings, our panel of experts will discuss possible solutions for school-wide and individual wellbeing in the international school context.
Organised in partnership with Oxford University Press, hosted by our Commercial Director, Diane Glass, and featuring the below panel of experts:
Rami Madani, Head of School of The International School of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, winner of the Wellbeing Initiative at the 2021 International School of the Year Awards
Dr Angie Wigford, Educational Psychologist at Dover Court School, Singapore and Lead Psychologist at International Education Psychology Services (IEPS)
Adrian Bethune, Lead Author of the new Oxford International Curriculum for Wellbeing, founder of Teachappy, and the education policy co-lead at the Mindfulness Initiative
Helen Kelly, former international school Principal of schools in Bangkok, Berlin and Hong Kong and a specialist in international school leader wellbeing and resilience.