Presented by: Bernard Ramos, Vice President and Senior Evaluator at Educational Perspectives, a not-for-profit credential evaluation organization based in Chicago. Bernard studied at DePaul University and Sciences-Po Paris and has more than 12 years of international education experience. He is fully trained on all systems of education and has presented at various conferences and led numerous training workshops on credential evaluation.
For more information: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/gdn2019annualmeeting/804157/?&t=0354506959168117e93970ba29ebb83e&eb=611909
In the United Kingdom, both the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) and A-Levels have recently been reformed, and a new grading system has been brought in for GCSEs. Participants will learn about the old and new grading systems, as well as receive background information on the nature of the reforms.
Look at exam boards and how they assess students at each level of education; learn about the ‘Sixth Form,’ A-Level performance and subject choice, and how this relates to university admissions; and examine some of the differences across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales (there isn’t just one UK system).
Click HERE to register.
DESCRIPTION: After too many years in international education to mention, it recently dawned on me that things people outside of the profession have said to me can be applied to what we do in our jobs. This webinar will describe how various comments, remarks, observations and advice from important people in my life have unknowingly formed how I undertake credentials evaluation and how you can adapt what I have learned.
PRESENTER: Kate Freeman, Senior Credential Analyst, SpanTran: The Evaluation Company
REGISTRATION: Click HERE
Margit Schatzman and other TAICEP members will be meeting at the upcoming NAFSA conference on Wednesday May 29 from 2:15-3:15 at the Convention Center on the balcony outside of the lactation station. Please spread the word and invite colleagues who are interested in learning more about TAICEP and its upcoming meeting in Vancouver in October.