In an attempt to spread hope and resilience in response to the unprecedented public health crisis we are facing, the Project Steering Team would like to share what the Lebanese International School is doing in relation to distance learning to turn this emergent and imposed change into a learning experience and a mean for reevaluating teaching in a self-renewing school culture that welcomes innovation and initiates improvement actions. Inspired by TAMAM competencies of reflective practice, evolving design planning, inquiry, experiential learning, and creativity in generating solutions, the school developed an educational online program for students that suits their conditions and context and focuses on building their skills and lifelong learning through fun activities related to real life and the current situation.
With the guidance and support of the school principal, this program was led by the coordinator of the unit of academic affairs and improvement initiatives at LIS with the collective efforts of school members and TAMAM lead team members. It is important to note that TAMAM model became the formal process for any change initiative at LIS and this reflects the school adoption of TAMAM and the sustainability of its impact. Additionally, it is worth noting that assigning a coordinator for the unit of academic affairs and improvement initiatives is a newly institutionalized full-time position created this year that supervises, in addition to the academic affairs, TAMAM expansion and all school improvement initiatives at the school.To get more information about LIS online program, check the following link: http://lis.edu.lb/?page_id=3988.
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