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IBBC AND STIRLING SCHOOLS ARE PARTNERING FOR ICET 2022
ICET 2022 (MAY 8TH and 9th) is a virtual educational and skills event from Erbil, that brings together speakers and audiences from various locations. This year’s theme is:
“Empowering Schools in Preparing Students with Real Life Skills”
A number of high-profile organisations are partnering this year’s event, including IBBC, GEMS, Cambridge University press, teacher’s academy, to support key organaniser, Stirling Schools.
ICET 2022 invites educational experts, educators, trainers, educational policy makers, and community leaders from the national and international community to reflect together on this inevitable question in schooling, curriculum development, and professional development.
ICET 2022 explores opportunities and perspectives for teacher professional development and educational leadership that will empower students through instilling problem-solving skills and real-life competencies in them.
The conference is very much focused on developing and enabling life skills for the real world, and preparing pupils for work and personal development, beyond the standard academic studies.
ICET examines how competent schools are in raising students with the capabilities to face the real life challenges and expectations?
Educational experts, educators, trainers, educational policy makers, and community leaders from the national and international community are invited to reflect together on this inevitable question in schooling, curriculum development, and professional development.
Muhammed Canbaloglu, conference organiser for Stirling Schools says’ We are building on last year’s successful conference with the presence of leading British and international educators, to bring expertise in the development of skills to both students and teachers alike, and to shed light on a critical area of education that is often overlooked in schools. We welcome all educators to participate and learn how they can help move Iraq forward in the deployment and adoption of work and life skills. Please join us’
Professor Mohammed Al Uzri Education and Health Advisor at IBBC says ’As a business organisation we recognise how critical the development of life and work skills are to successful business in Iraq, and the demand for skills has now reached critical level as the economy expands’ IBBC is dedicated to skills development for our members and we heartily support ICET conference to this end.’ Professor Al Uzri will also be speaking at the event.
Who should attend:
This conference will primarily be of interest to:
● Those in teaching and leadership positions in public and private schools and colleges ● Candidate teachers and aspiring educational leaders ● Those with an interest in international education, teacher professional development and educational leadership ● Ministry or government representatives tasked with improving the educational services of the community
Teacher trainers, educational experts, and community leaders from the national and international community will be at ICET 2022