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Tristian Stobie joined Cambridge International as Director of Education in July 2011, and was appointed Director of Curriculum & Qualifications Development in February 2020. He leads the strategic design and development of Cambridge programmes and qualifications for learners aged 5 to 19.
Tristian's career has spanned a wide range of educational contexts. Starting as a teacher working in New Zealand, the UK, southern Africa and western Europe, he moved into school administration with roles including Vice-Principal, and Middle and Secondary Principal. He has also worked in a number of roles for the International Baccalaureate Organisation, most recently as the Head of IB Diploma Curriculum Development from 2006 to 2009. He joined Cambridge International from Atlantic College, a United World College in Wales.
Tristian completed a Master’s and a Doctorate degree at the University of Bath with research interests in schools administration, curriculum and pedagogy.
Lee Davis was appointed Director for Teaching & Learning at Cambridge Assessment International Education in February 2020. He leads the teams responsible for teacher and school leader development, curriculum support, digital innovation and development, as well as Cambridge International’s school improvement initiatives more broadly.
Lee joined Cambridge in 2014, most recently holding the role of Deputy Director for Education. Previously he worked for The Aga Khan Academies – an agency within the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) – where he held the position of Director of Academic Planning and led the design, development and eventual opening of the network’s third operating Academy in Maputo, Mozambique. Before this, Lee was Head of Online Professional Learning at the International Baccalaureate Organisation and has held other senior leadership positions in schools in Argentina and Sri Lanka.
Helping students become more strategic and reflective about their learning is a major challenge for schools. Research consistently tells us that this is critical in improving overall outcomes, which is why Cambridge often revisits the theme in its conferences, workshops, and broader professional development.
This presentation, led by Cambridge International’s Director for Curriculum Development and Director of Teaching & Learning, will explore perspectives and approaches teachers and school leaders need to consider in nurturing reflective and confident students, who are able to productively and efficiently own and manage their learning.
The session will examine the competence of ‘Learning to Learn’ and what this means for curriculum and pedagogy. It will also explore the theme through the dual lenses of school leadership and school improvement, culminating in what Cambridge can do to support you.
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