“For me having such a wide variety of participants and speakers through a very open theme meant a lot of variations in terms of what experiential learning means to different people in different places. We all know that one of the most amazing things about going to a conference is leaving with our thoughts and ideas but also leaving the practical concepts, strategies and structures that you can go and take straight into a classroom.”
“ It was fantastic two days full of energy, full of ideas, full of sharing, and full of optimism about what the networks that were formed while we were together can offer in terms of helping us address some of the questions that came up during the conference. I would encourage everyone to think about concrete steps so that actions can come to the top of our to-do lists rather than sinking to the bottom which is sometimes what happens in the very very busy and intense lives that we live in schools.”
“As a speaker, this was a fantastic opportunity for me to share my thoughts with fellow educators and gather their feedback. After months of COVID-related restrictions, this was a very good platform for networking and learning from one another. I do not doubt that we are all looking forward to the next conference next year!”
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oin us at the International Experiential Learning Conference, which will be held at the European Azerbaijan School, in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Francesco Banchini, CEO and Director of European Azerbaijan School has materialized his initiative by establishing the first International Baccalaureate (IB) association in the region.
On December 9-11, the 2nd International Conference "Experiential Learning" will be held on the Secondary Campus of the European Azerbaijan School located in Badamdar.
This also was a great opportunity to share the story of EAS on a different continent and spread the word about all the excellent work we are doing in Azerbaijan.
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