|The Forgotten Profession: Educational Leadership in KSA Anne Loos, Emkan Education Globally, schooling has recognizably similar structures and systems, with pertinent contextual, political and cultural differences reflected within systems||Anne has presented extensively in international education forums and authored and co-authored a broad range of national and international reports and papers|
|Anne has a Master of Education — Comparative International Policy from the University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Psychology and Bachelor of Education from James Cook University, Australia||Her day to day role is to manage the quality framework and the strategic development of the Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications which are currently offered in over 180 schools in over 60 countries worldwide|
It will share benefits of Inquiry-Based Learning and practical steps that bring it into the school and classroom.12
|My professional purpose is to co-create transformative learning experiences to evoke personal and professional growth||In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the concepts of inclusion, its benefits and how to implement it in their schools|
|, she previously worked as an Early Childhood Instructional Specialist for the District of Columbia Public Schools, and prior to that, a first grade then Pre-K inclusion teacher||Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of East Anglia in Literature and Media Studies and she completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Education at the University of Cambridge|
She received the Highly Effective Teaching award two years in a row.