What to Teach During a Crisis
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Ali Ezzeddine
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About the Talk 

This deeply reflective and thought-provoking webinar will make you a more centered educator who focuses on what matters most – your students. Ali Ezzedinne, experienced PYP Workshop Leader and Consultant takes you on a journey on key considerations while designing curriculum – Are you and your students emotionally stable? Do you have realistic expectations of what it means to teach during a crisis? Are you flexible? Is your curriculum engaging, significant, relevant, and manageable? 

Through the webinar, Ali prompts you to take a step back and revisit your current units to provide space for meaningful action. The focus of the webinar is what do we need to teach in a time of crisis. Read more about Ali’s strategies and considerations here.

Focus Questions

  • Connect : Where we are emotionally during the crisis?
  • Transfer : What are the top things to do currently?
  • Act : Can we adjust the content of our curriculum?
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Ali Ezzeddine
Educational Consultant and Workshop Leader

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Ali Ezzeddine
Ali Ezzeddine is an educational consultant and trainer in various educational fields. He is a certified international trainer from Lynn Erickson Institute to lead concept based workshops and international educational consultant for the International Baccalaureate Organization. Ali is an experienced primary educator and fluent in Arabic, French and English. Aside from teaching, he loves children’s literature and he is a published author. He visits schools to lead training, consult with faculty or just to share his writings with the students.
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What to Teach During a Crisis
This deeply reflective and thought-provoking webinar will make you a more centered educator who focuses on what matters most - your students. Ali Ezzedinne, experienced PYP Workshop Leader and Consultant takes you on a journey on key considerations while designing curriculum - Are you and your students emotionally stable? Do you have realistic expectations of what it means to teach during a crisis? Are you flexible? Is your curriculum engaging, significant, relevant, and manageable? Through the webinar, Ali prompts you to take a step back and revisit your current units to provide space for meaningful action. The focus of the webinar is what do we need to teach in a time of crisis. Read more about Ali’s strategies and considerations here.