Supporting the Wellness and Well Being of International Students in K 12 Schools in British Columbia
This webinar provides an overview of the components of Health and Wellness Guidelines for International Students and will explore strategies for supporting individual students. It also reviews program-wide approaches that support all international students’ well-being and encourage early identification and action on health concerns. The webinar concludes with an interactive discussion on the practical use of the Guidelines within programs.
Dialogues on Decolonization for International Education: Part Three
In this session, we will address the complexities of the processes of Indigenization and internationalization of education, and their interfaces, reflecting on our own research and practice, including our work as part of the Gesturing Towards Decolonial Futures Collective, the Critical Internationalization Studies Network, and our collaborations with Indigenous communities in Canada, Brazil, and Peru.
Dialogues on Decolonization for International Education: Part Two
This session will start by centering the values and principles that are inherent within an Indigenous framework but not necessarily exclusive to Indigenous people. Participants will be invited to consider the application of Indigenous people’s ways of being and doing from their respective principles and traditions.
South Africa's and Mauritius's Education Sectors Today – IE Market Updates, Trends, and Developments
Join the trade commissioner from the High Commission of Canada to South Africa and Mauritius responsible for international education, to learn about contemporary market intelligence, key data, trends, developments, opportunities, and analysis on the issues currently impacting the South African and Mauritian education sectors.
New Partnership Opportunities Throughout Southeast Asia: Collaborating with the SEAMEO Centre Network
The objective of this session is to introduce SEAMEO and the opportunities within the network of SEAMEO training centres to BC’s international education sector towards forging productive and sustainable international partnerships. The opportunities are substantial within the region and we look forward to helping forge these collaborations.
Understanding Climate Action in International Education - Part Two
In this discussion forum, a follow-up to the Learning Forum, we will begin to ask some of the hard questions and focus on problem-solving. We will discuss some tangible solutions, along with the barriers many action-takers face at an institution where an international department is expected to deliver revenues and diversification without accountability for building more sustainable and climate action-oriented partnerships and plans.
Understanding Climate Action in International Education - Part One
This learning forum provides an opportunity to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of the impact of climate change and how it intersects with the work we do as international educators in British Columbia and across Canada.