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October 17-22 & 24-29, 2021
Annual Teachers & Administrators Virtual Conference
New cohorts and series of continuing sessions with featured speakers on Standards-Based Grading, Digital Learning, Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Leadership, Curriculum, Assessment & Feedback, Special Needs & Learning Support, Child Protection, MAP.
Leading An International School in a Post-Pandemic World
Homa Tavangar and Will Richardson- available on MAIS PLC Forum.
K-12: "Get Set, Go! Creating Successful Grading and Reporting Systems." An action plan for leading lasting grading reform in changing classrooms. Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D. - available on MAIS PLC Forum.
Robert Sills Student Award, for middle school students.
Sponsored by TieCare International.
A student from the American School of Barcelona is this year's award recipient.
Partnering with Parents To Improve Student Achievement in Mathematics Erma Anderson - session resources available.
Building Educators’ Professional Growth Plans (PGP) to Impact Student Success For Administrators, Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders
Steve Barkley, Education Consultant
March 9-12, 2022 (tentative dates), Hosted by the American School of Madrid.
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Benefits of Membership
The MAIS focus is to help its members evaluate and meet the varying educational needs which result from providing an American education in an international setting. MAIS Members and Associates are provided with opportunities to liaise with Member Schools through their participation at the Annual MAIS Conference and other MAIS activities throughout the year.
Associate Memberships are available for schools, colleges, businesses, and interested individuals and organizations worldwide.
The Mediterranean Association of International Schools is a professional organization that strives to improve the quality of education in its Member schools. It promotes the professional development of Faculty, Administrators, and School Board Members effects communication and interchange and creates international understanding.
MAIS serves as a liaison between its 38 Member Schools, 30 Associate Member organizations as well as other regional, professional, and in-service organizations.
Presently, MAIS is composed of schools from 16 different countries, including Austria, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom. In addition, several Associate Members, such as schools outside the Mediterranean region, colleges, businesses, and interested individuals, support MAIS endeavors, and have joined the organization.