Conrad Hughes (MA, PhD, EdD) is Campus and Secondary Principal at the International School of Geneva, La Grande Boissière where he teaches philosophy. He is also a member of the advisory board for the University of the People, senior fellow of UNESCO’s International Bureau of Education and research assistant at the University of Geneva’s department of psychology and education. Conrad’s most recent books are Understanding Prejudice and Education: The Challenge for Future Generations (2017, Routledge) and Educating for the 21st Century: Seven Global Challenges (2018, Brill). His new book, Education and Elitism (Routledge) will come out next year.
Conrad will share with us the good practices his school implemented during the coronavirus pandemic.
We are going to talk about:
– why being a leader is a service?
– how to create certainty in a climate of uncertainty? Coronavirus (Covid-19) response matrix
– what is the most important in times of remote teaching and learning?
– how can the leadership team support teachers in distance learning?
– how will COVID change schools around the world?
- Conrad Hughes on how education can reduce prejudice in the 21st Century
- Conrad’s books
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