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Welcome to our new iPLS Coordinators!

Find out more about our new recruits from Albert Einstein School in HCMC, Vietnam.

New Coordinators
New Coordinators
Hello,

We are very pleased to start the year by announcing that Lizzy Edwards and Ahmad Hameed of Albert Einstein School in HCMC, Vietnam are officially certified iPrimary and iLowerSecondary (iPLS) Coordinators – congratulations!

Lizzy and Ahmad held an informative session on the iPLS resources provided as part of the curriculum, as well as mapping to the additional resources and coursebooks they will be using in their school. This was enhanced by a Daily 5 and Centred Learning experiential workshop, and a closing plenary using iPLS principles to gauge teacher feedback.

It was great to see the integration of iPLS principles and the photos really brought the session to life for the team in the London office!

Our new ‘recruits’ have been issued with Pearson iPLS Coordinator certificates and the Acclaim digital badge to be shared on digital platforms such as LinkedIn or Facebook.

Well done Lizzy and Ahmad and I look forward to receiving more submissions shortly from our teaching community across the globe.

Best regards,

Melanie Drake
Professional Development Lead for iPLS at Pearson Global Schools

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