CIS-EARCOS Institute 2019 Session Ideas
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CIS-EARCOS Institute Session Ideas 2019
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Ideas in rows 6-25 of this spreadsheet were generated through post-event survey feedback in 2018. These are topics that past attendees have suggested that they would like to see presented at future CIS-EARCOS Institutes. You may add additional topics below row 25. Please use this spreadsheet to express interest in topics and connect with others interested in putting together a session proposal. All session proposals must be submitted through the session proposal form by the 20 April 2019 deadline, and will be reviewed by a team of school and university representatives. Session chairs must be from CIS member universities or CIS or EARCOS member schools. It is possible that not all of these topics, if proposed, will be placed in the 2019 programme. We hope this tool helps you to generate session ideas and connect with others interested in presenting on the same topics!
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Brexit updates from EU and UK institutions
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Community college updates
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A basics session for university reps: transcripts, converting from different countries, etc.Alexander PolkHofstra Universityalexander.polk@hofstra.edu
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A basics session for new counsellors: run workshops on how things like UCAS, Common App workSheri NealAmerican School in Japansneal@asij.ac.jpJemison FosterSaigon South International Schooljfoster@ssis.edu.vnKim CheahInternational School Manila (but moving to Stamford American)cheahk@ismanila.orgDoug McQueenAmerican School in Japandmqueen@asij.ac.jp
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Online communication strategies, resources, and opportunities to connect beyond travel and high school visits. What other strategies/ideas do the high school counselors have or are other admissions professionals using to communicate /reach out/connect with students and families they can't visit in person?
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Specialist workshop on reference writing and recommendation writingNick StrongYew Chung Educatin Foundationnicholas.strong@hk.ycef.comMonique HyppoliteGerman Swiss International Schoolmhyppolite@gsis.edu.hk
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Specialist workshop on personal statement and Common Application essayWendy Jones Kolej Tuanku ja'afarNick StrongYew Chung Educatin Foundationnicholas.strong@hk.ycef.com
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Career outcomes after university and navigating those fields, such as returning home, etc
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Best practices for small group travelMaria CarvalhoUniversity of Oregonmccarval@uoregon.edu
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Spotlights on underserved populations and less traveled areas
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Managing your counsellor relationships across the world - for university reps. Looking at how reps who have great relationships manage their contacts, arrange their visits and stand out to schools around the world.
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Portfolio based entry universities in the U.K - what we 're looking for. Jonathon GreenhowUniversity of the Arts Londonj.greenhow@arts.ac.uk
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Creative careers - what's the latest in career opportunities in the digital design and media sector.
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Korean university application process
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How to run a counselling program as a one-person show (what tech hacks do you use to make things easier, how and what do you prioritize?)Joanna FlorentoDaegu International Schooljflorento@dis.sc.krLori FairbairnBritish International School Hanoilori.fairbairn@bishanoi.comSue Gourlay Prinsloosprinsloo@gsis.edu.hk
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Parent education - maybe focusing on educating parents around independent agentsSue Gourlay PrinslooGerman Swiss International Schoolsprinsloo@gsis.edu.hk
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Creating value for all parties involved in the high school visits (university, hs counselors, students, etc.)Monique HyppoliteGerman Swiss International Schoolmhyppolite@gsis.edu.hkKylie WrightJohns Hopkins UniversityKylie.Wright@jhu.eduBerta LiaoHsinchu International Schoolberta.liao@hdis.hc.edu.tw
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Alternate post-secondary options for students not taking the full diploma; EU, UK uni's that take certificates, foundation year programmes, vocational schools
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Overview of UCAS applications to UK universitiesJoe MarshallThe Alice Smith School KL jmarshall.ep@alice-smith.edu.myLauren MorrisBritish School Jakartalauren_morris@bsj.sch.id
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Testing - using progressive admissions policies in the admissions process
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Why students/counselors should consider a women's collegeJenna ZwillerSaint Mary's College at Notre Damejzwiller@saintmarys.edu
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Decoding the IB Diploma Marking ScaleJennifer BasaCebu International Schooljbasa@cis.edu.phWill VincentYCIS Chongqingwill.vincent@cq.ycef.com
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Japanese University Programs offered in English (Could possibly be combined with a uni session about Korea/Hong Kong/other options in Asia)Hillary HewinsYokohama International Schoolhewinsh@yis.ac.jpKim CheahInternational School Manila cheahk@ismanila.org
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Applying to New Zealand Universities - overview.
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Post-Naviance Solution: Maia, BridgeU, Cialfo, Unifrog? Pros and Cons to using each platformNancy Chien Taipei European School nancy.chien@tes.tp.edu.twPaul Yap The British School Manila pyap@britishschoolmanila.org
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Explaining the IB Core: What exactly does the EE and TOK demand of students?Will VincentYCIS Chongqingwill.vincent@cq.ycef.com
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Supporting students to successfully transition from School to University Sarah TateHeriot-Watt University Malaysia CampusS.Tate@HW.ac.uk
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