"Servus Munich!" BIS partners with EXPAT TALK on new digital format
"Expat in the City" offers free online expert talks on the 5th of December 2020 /
Bavarian International School (BIS) presents the school of the future and Distance Learning
For the Bavarian International School (1,150 students from 61 nations at two campuses in Munich-Schwabing and Haimhausen), three speakers will provide authentic, personal insights into the world of international schools and innovative learning in the age of COVID-19: 17-year-old student Zara Ilijas (grade 12, Croatia), BIS parent Miyako Yanaihara (Japan) and BIS Head of School Dr. Chrissie Sorenson (USA/Deutschland).
Why must a school be more than just a school?
The corona pandemic magnifies how much schools must adapt to the dramatic changes. How should a school be prepared, equipped and organised to meet the new challenges and to be able to offer a high quality of education without too much disruption? Why does a school of the future include the building blocks of personalised education, innovative learning, holistic development and an international mindset? How can children and young people become responsible world citizens and future game changers? Why must a school be more than just a school? The BIS Trio will provide the answers in the form of a talk and an open question and answer session on Saturday, 5th of December 2020 from 4 to 5 p.m.
During the new online event run by "Expat in the City Munich", which is a support network for expats and international families in Munich and around the world, other partners will present their practical advice and expertise from visa to insurance, from expat service and finance to corona measures: City of Munich, Invest in Bavaria, Techniker Krankenkasse (TK), Horbach for Expats and Ulrike Homuth. Irish comedian Mel Kelly ("The Green Pill") will also show how to go from being a "Green Zero" to becoming a "Green Hero".
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Bavarian International School (BIS): Innovative Learning for Future Game Changers
Bavarian International School (BIS) is a non-profit educational institution with two campuses (Haimhausen and Munich-Schwabing). Around 1,150 children and young people from 61 nations between the ages of 3 and 18 attend the private all-day school. Personalised education, innovative and holistic learning and an international mindset shape the educational philosophy under the motto "Believe. Inspire. Succeed". As one of only two international schools in Germany, the BIS offers all four IB programs of the International Baccalaureate Organisation. The average for the IB Diploma (DP) of 35.8 in 2020 (worldwide: 29.9) illustrates the high educational standards.