Transition-care in International Schools: Research Findings webinar


When: Mon 16th (10am) Nov

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Find out more about the most common practices, challenges and opportunities in international school transitions-care. 


Watch a presentation by the report authors Jane Barron of Globally Grounded and Ellen Mahoney of Sea Change Mentoring, as they talk through their findings.


Discover the results of their data collected from international schools enrolling a percentage, big or small, of foreign students. The aim of the research is to equip school school leaders in forging a logical pathway towards providing optimal transitions-care to students, parents and educators. 

Join us to watch Jane and Ellen's presentation followed by conversation with Fiona Murchie, Managing Editor of Relocate and journalist Marianne Curphey to tease out why transitions-care is important and implications for schools, parents and international organisations
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Biographies:

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Jane Barron (MEd) is a youth intercultural transition specialist, educator, researcher, speaker and author. Her work is informed by 27 years experience in both international and local schools, parenting two cross-cultural children, a domestically mobile childhood and repatriation to Australia. Founder of Globally Grounded, Jane consults to international and local schools, families and students crossing cultures - developing their understanding of the impact of cross-cultural mobility, creating programs and implementing support mechanisms to enhance learning and life. A Safe Passage Across Networks (SPAN) Board Member and 2017 Parfitt Pascoe Writing Residency Scholar, Jane is co-author of Insights and Interviews from the 2017 Families in Global Transition Conference-Building on The Basics: Creating Your Tribe on the Move.

Ellen Mahoney

Ellen Mahoney, M.Ed., is an alumna of international schools, the CEO of Sea Change Mentoring, and a Council of International Schools Affiliated Consultant. She is the only professional working with international schools who is certified in mentoring program supervision. As founder of Sea Change Mentoring, The Circulus Institute and the Sea Change Podcast, Ellen provides consulting, program design, and professional development for international schools developing Social and Emotional Learning, mentoring, advisory, wellbeing, and transitions programs. She is currently based in New York City and San Francisco.

 

Meet the speakers

Find out more about all of the speakers and panelists who participated in the autumn 2020 Great International Education & Schools Fair.

Find the perfect school from the comfort of your home

Now is the ideal time to discover the right school for your child. As schools hosted Open Days and Virtual Events throughout the autumn, we used the opportunity throughout November to showcase the schools around the world that welcome relocating families and international students, not only at the beginning of a new academic year, but also at any time, with rolling admissions to meet the needs of families on the move.

The next Great International Education & Schools' Fair is coming in spring 2021

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