ECIS Conference – PD Link Sharing

This past weekend, the European Council of International Schools (ECIS) Annual Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, offered a variety of useful, practical sessions. With so many great ideas and useful tools being shared, I wanted to make sure to pass along these ideas to colleagues. With that in mind, here are some thoughts on what I felt were the more useful tools shared at the conference. Click through the links and let me know in the comments if you have questions. If you’re already familiar and have other uses for these tools, please leave those suggestions in the comments as well.

This list is a work in progress, but I wanted to share it out as I’ve had some great conversations with colleagues today about wanting to learn more about what ECIS had to offer.

Please excuse the somewhat hastily put together posts, as I am still in the process of synthesizing notes from the ECIS Conference. I’m hopeful to find an effective way to share learning and reflect on how to best incorporate it into teaching practice. I know many of these tools aren’t particularly new, but hopefully if you’re already using them, you’ll be willing to share how they’re helping in your own teaching and student learning so we can all learn and work to improve our practice.

Happy reading, and please comment below if you have questions or suggestions…

2 thoughts on “ECIS Conference – PD Link Sharing

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing your blog and your take-aways form the ECIS (the Educational Colllaborative for International Schools!) Conference in Copenhagen. I picked up another online tool, which you probably know already, at one of the sessions, which I found useful for collaboration and sharing of ideas; https://coggle.it/

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    1. Yes, I too learned about Coggle at the ECIS Conference! I’ve got a draft post waiting to be finished and am looking forward to sharing it with students for collaborative mind-mapping…looks really useful!

      Thanks for your comment!

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