How Does Stress And Academic Pressure Affect Teenagers?

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Professor Michael Fullan and Dr David Gleeson will be keynote presenters at this year’s Asia-Pacific International Schools Conference (AISC). Their presentations will address important topical well-being issues and in particular “How Does Stress And Academic Pressure Affect Teenagers?”

Some of the biggest names driving change across Asia-Pacific have joined the speaker line-up at this year’s Asia-Pacific International Schools Conference (AISC), taking place in Hong Kong on December 14-15 2017.

AISC is the annual event for international school leaders and educators in the Asia Pacific region. AISC brings together the international schools community to explore topical education issues that educators within Asia Pacific international schools are keen to debate.

This year, the AISC conference will explore three important educational themes: Mental Health and Wellbeing, Early Years Pedagogy and Transforming Learning. AISC delegates are able to access the keynotes, workshops, networking sessions and the co-located Learning & Teaching Expo.

500+ School Leaders from International Schools in Asia

Delegates were principally school leaders, principals, teachers from international schools. Speakers and delegates attended from over 20 countries, such as Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.

We are getting excited to announce more new speakers to join this year’s speaker line-up!

  1. Nicola Lambros, Deputy Head Whole School, King’s College, Soto, Madrid

  2. David Fenwick, Deputy Head Teacher, The Independent Schools Foundation Academy

  3. Norbu Gyaltshen, Principal, Ugyen Academy Higher Seconday School , Punakha Bhutan

  4. Jacqueline Stewart, Special Needs Co-ordinator, Kowloon Junior School

  5. Barney Durrant, Director of Pastoral Care and Boarding, Harrow International School

  6. Reena Gogna, School Psychologist, Harrow International School

  7. Brian Cooklin, Principal, Nord Anglia International School

  8. Tassos Anastasiades, Director, Ajman Academy, United Arab Emirates

  9. Charles Caldwell, Head of Human Resources, English Schools Foundation

  10. Tim Conroy-Stocker, Head of Student Support, English Schools Foundation

  11. Brian Freeman, Elementary Principal, Fukuoka International School

  12. Michael Fullan, Author, Speaker, Educational Consultant, Canada

  13. Kira Galbraith, Counsellor, Hong Kong Academy

  14. David Gleason, Education Innovator, Author and Consulting Psychologist of Concord Academy, US

  15. Neil Harris, Head of Drama, Sha Tin College Hong Kong

  16. Hanif Kanjer, Dean, Rustomjee Business School, India

  17. Helen Kelly, Canadian International School of Hong Kong, Lower School Principal

  18. Phil Morgan, Assistant Head (Creativity, Professional Development, Innovation), International College Hong Kong

  19. Peter Morgan, Special Advisor, Police Hostage Negotiation Unit & Honorary Associate Fellow, Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention

  20. Carla Nagel, Counsellor, Hong Kong Academy

  21. Toby Newton, Head of School, International College Hong Kong

  22. Elizabeth Anne Mason, Head Teacher, Head Start International School Phuket, Thailand

  23. Ross Parker, Director of Technology, Pedagogy & Assessment, International College Hong Kong

  24. Jordon Ramsey, High School Honors English Teacher, Dean of Middle School, Big Heart Christian School, South Korea

  25. Andrew Parkinson, Counsellor, Coach, Head of Wellbeing, , Renaissance College Hong Kong

  26. David Sheehan, Head of Pastoral Care, Nord Anglia International School

  27. Sala Sihombing, Mediator, Conflict Management Coach, Consultant , Conflict Change Consulting Limited

  28. Nadine Bailey, Teacher Librarian, Canadian International School

  29. Tee Yong Koh, Principal, Anglo Singapore International School

  30. Mercia de Souza, Professional Development Coordinator; Department Head Communication Arts; Chairperson, Accreditation Steering Committee, Dominican International School

Sign up before October 27, 2017 and 50% off*

Delegates are able to enjoy the depth and breadth of topics. Please don’t forget to enroll before 27th Oct to enjoy the 20% early-bird discount.

Promotion Code: aisc17off50

* 50% off based on standard rate via online registration only www.AISC.com.hk

Event Info

Date14-15 December 2017VenueHong Kong Convention and Exhibition CentreAdmissionSchool registration HKD 4,000 /USD 515; Non-school registration HKD 12,000 / USD 1,500 (Two-Day Full Programme)Websitewww.AISC.com.hk (Hyperlink: https://goo.gl/HanbMf)General EnquiryMs. Niann Lai +852 3958 0531 / info@aisc.com.hk

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