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Learning and Teaching Scotland International Education Professor Kay Livingston Head of International Education 28 September 2007.

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1 Learning and Teaching Scotland International Education Professor Kay Livingston Head of International Education 28 September 2007

2 Learning and Teaching Scotland Why International Education? Our children and young people are growing up in a global world Their education should prepare them for living and working in a global society

3 Learning and Teaching Scotland To enable every learner (pupils and teachers) in Scotland to benefit from an international education in order to: develop knowledge and understanding of the world and Scotlands place in it. develop the knowledge, understanding, skills, values and attitudes to participate actively in a global world Aims

4 Learning and Teaching Scotland Learning about a global world Learning for life and work in a global society Learning through an international context International Education

5 Learning and Teaching Scotland Curriculum for Excellence Professional develop (CPD) International Learning Experiences (ICPD) International Education

6 Learning and Teaching Scotland Writing teams Engagement teams LTS Area Advisors International Education Coordinators National CPD Team CPD Co-ordinators Headteachers/teachers Curriculum for Excellence

7 Learning and Teaching Scotland Local authority inservice events Masterclass in International Education Chartered Teacher Elective Module Professional Development

8 Learning and Teaching Scotland Scottish Continuing International Professional Development Programme (SCIPD) individual study visits group study visits International Learning Experiences

9 Learning and Teaching Scotland provide experiences which stimulate reflection on own and other ways of doing things develop new knowledge and understanding enable professional discussions with others, and learning from one another by sharing of practice build communication and interpersonal skills and confidence International learning experiences

10 Learning and Teaching Scotland support links between staff and/or schools contribute to CPD portfolio lead to enhanced qualifications through accreditation develop improvement in learning and teaching in schools/local authorities through implementation of actions following visits by staff. International learning experiences

11 Learning and Teaching Scotland range of destinations various educational topics For example: - arts across the curriculum - language development Individual study visits

12 Learning and Teaching Scotland specific destinations specific educational topics For example: - leadership development in Ontario - mentoring new teachers in Santa Cruz Group study visits

13 Learning and Teaching Scotland LTS organised and implemented Bespoke – local authority/consortium of local authorities Group study visit

14 Learning and Teaching Scotland Maximising potential to learn from international practice through dissemination to different audiences Reporting (three stages) Dissemination

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16 Learning and Teaching Scotland Contact Kay Livingston Head of International Education Learning and Teaching Scotland The Optima, 58 Robertson Street, Glasgow G2 8DU T:


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