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8-9 March 2024, International School of Lausanne

Booking Space to exhibit at SGIS 2024

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Except for a hiatus for the coronavirus pandemic, Steven has managed an exhibition at the annual SGIS conference since 1994.

Switzerland is home to many international schools, some 50 of which are members of the association - some might even argue that what we now think of as an international school is modelled on some of the schools established in Switzerland in the 1960s and earlier. The current schools are thriving, successful institutions and include some of the very wealthiest schools in Europe.

Exhibiting and participating in the SGIS Annual conference every March is a great opportunity for school suppliers of all kinds to develop contacts in these schools and fly your flag.

The next SGIS conference will take place in March (8-9) 2024 at the International School of Lausanne:

Research and evidence-based practice

High quality teaching forms the bedrock of effective learning and student success, playing a pivotal role in shaping the minds and futures of students.

Skilled teachers possess deep subject knowledge. However, also fundamental is their pedagogical expertise, enabling them to present information in a clear, engaging, and meaningful manner. Effective teachers adapt their teaching strategies to meet the diverse learning needs of students, fostering a positive and inclusive classroom environment.

High quality teaching goes beyond the transmission of knowledge. It inspires and motivates students to become lifelong learners. The most effective teachers instil a love for learning, curiosity, and critical thinking skills in their students, creating an atmosphere that encourages exploration.

The 2024 SGIS conference will explore what research and experience says about how schools and teachers can ensure that their students receive the necessary knowledge and skills to thrive.

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Sponsorship information here

More about the 2024 conference. (SGIS website)