About Our Online Courses:

Online Courses Taught by Experienced International School Leaders

The AAIE Institute courses provide invaluable real-life scenarios and specific strategies taught by experienced international school leaders. Each course focuses on a key component of international school leadership.

Seven of the eight courses in our program are seven weeks in duration. The mentorship course can be completed in one to two years. Successful participants of all eight courses will receive a certificate of completion and recognition as an AAIE Fellow from the Institute.

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Next Course Starts January 2nd, 2019

Ethical Leadership in International Schools
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Ethical Leadership in International Schools
January 2 – February 8, 2019

This course prepares international school leaders to analyze and examine ethical leadership and decision-making processes to apply laws, policies, regulations, and procedures in unique situations. You will examine leadership philosophies and change management tactics in international school contexts.
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Governance in International Schools
February 18 – March 31, 2019

As an international school leader, you must have the knowledge and skills needed to equip boards with effective governance practices, and also learn how to build collaborative, positive working relationships with board members. In this course, you will create an action plan comprising key elements of board management, including a partnership exemplified by communications with the Board, written reports, development plans, and professional dialogue.
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Building and Sustaining a Healthy International School Culture
March 4th, 2019 – April 21st, 2019

This course prepares international school leaders to assess and strengthen school culture to administrators and staff with the practices and structures to support learning. You will examine and integrate knowledge and skills to develop a  safe school environment; one that promotes cooperation, respect, collaborative decision-making, honest communications, and connective relationships.
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Leading for Staff and Student Learning in International Schools
July 1st, 2019 – August 18th, 2019

International school leaders will implement the knowledge and skills needed to work with staff in constructing a usable, seamless curriculum that incorporates assessment and instruction aligned to student needs. You will gain the tools to make strong instructional decisions based on data, along with processes to sustain over time.
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Vision and Mission to Guide International Schools
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In this course, international school leaders will create processes to guide, assist, and lead a school’s board of trustees to create a meaningful school mission and vision to provide clarity and direction for school achievement and institutional soundness. You will examine the steps needed for successful implementation of mission and vision and regular review of these for continuing appropriateness will also be explored.
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International School Management and Leadership
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As an international school leader, you have many and varied leadership and management responsibilities. Key components of this course include resource management, personnel recruitment, facility development, and crisis management.
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Situational Awareness and Diplomacy in International School Communities
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School leaders are introduced to various legal and cultural complexities specific to managing international schools and how this information can be used to address current and potential challenges. Practices for laying the groundwork for a positive relationship with diverse constituencies, and ensuring a safe school environment for student and staff will be addressed in this course.
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Continuous Professional Growth for International School Leaders (Mentoring)

Using a building capacity process, you will form a partnership with a mentor who is a seasoned international school leader.  Engage in ongoing dialogue, reflection, new learning, and action to ensure continuous growth and renewal to meet professional goals.
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** Additional costs apply for graduate credit.

The Institute’s rolling admissions policy allows students to enroll at any point during the program and complete all the coursework – ensuring their success.

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