Learn More! An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19 Cape Town, South Africa
Cambridge Assessment International Education and Cambridge University Press invites you to our Learn More!
professional development event, An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19. The event is for school Principals, HoDs
and academic staff that are currently teaching Cambridge qualifications or interested in offering Cambridge qualifications
at all ages and skill levels.
Delegates will have an opportunity to learn more about Cambridge International, how to deliver Cambridge Global
Perspectives in the classroom and the resources available from Cambridge University Press. The training will be
delivered by key speaker, Keely Laycock, course work and teacher resource author of Cambridge IGCSE® Global
Perspectives and International Approaches to Learning and Teaching in Global Perspectives.
Please come prepared with any questions and with the energy for some experiential and exploratory learning!
The course is free of charge including refreshments, lunch and teaching materials; however bookings will be
made on a first come first serve basis.
- Registration & coffee
- Introduction to Cambridge Assessment International Education – Mark Barber, Senior Manager, Southern Africa, Cambridge International
- Developing skills with Cambridge International Global Perspectives and Cambridge University Press resources – Keely Laycock (session1)
- Coffee break
- Session 2 by Keely Laycock
- Cambridge University Press resources and digital learning platforms – Alan Vesty, Market Development Manager, Sub-Saharan Africa, Cambridge University Press
- Close and lunch
Profile Keely Laycock, author of Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives and International Approaches to Learning and Teaching in Global Perspectives
Keely has been involved in the field of education for almost 30 years. She holds a Masters in Online and Distance Education, a BA Hons degree in European Languages and Institutions and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. She has extensive teaching experience and has been Head of Modern Languages and has trained and mentored Initial Teacher Training students and Newly Qualified Teachers. Keely has a wide range of experience in assessment, development and as an examiner. She has delivered teacher training internationally as well as in the UK. Her first Coursebook and Teacher Resource for Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives was published in March 2016 and her second, International approaches to Learning and Teaching in Global Perspectives was published in August 2017. She is an advocate of the Constructivist learning approach and is passionate about skills-based learning to prepare students for the 21st Century.
If you have any questions, please email Mark Barber, Senior Manager, Southern Africa, Cambridge International at Mark.Barber@CambridgeInternational.org