Designed as an interactive exchange among colleagues, IBSC Ideas Lab engages dedicated educators who learn and grow together. Before each session, participants engage with relevant resources to provide a foundation for discussions.
Join action researchers at IBSC member schools for a global panel discussion and live Q&A exploring their research findings on helping boys cultivate healthy masculinity. Come together to share action plans and ideas to shatter masculine stereotypes in boys’ schools.
IBSC brings the exciting world of online learning to members with these professional development opportunities for boys’ educators to explore new teaching paradigms with colleagues from around the globe. The flexible schedule allows you to delve into the innovative coursework on your own time, whenever it's most convenient for you.
Join us at Presbyterian Day School (United States) for the IBSC Building Blocks of Boyhood conference for teachers and leaders in boys’ elementary schools. Presbyterian Day School is one of the largest independent, elementary schools for boys in the United States, serving students two years old through sixth grade.
Attend two one-hour webinars to learn about part two of the IBSC-commissioned report, Building Learning Relationships Through the Use of Technology. The research illuminates how schools leverage technology to enhance learning, communication, and student engagement, while emphasizing the importance of face-to-face interaction, ensuring a balanced educational environment that fosters relational experiences.
On Thursday, July 6, Breakfast TV in New Zealand interviewed Westlake Headmaster David Ferguson about the 2023 IBSC Annual Conference and the recently released data on the achievement of boys in boys' schools in New Zealand.
Congratulations to Justine Kolliou, head of the Indigenous Education Program at The Scots College (Australia), for winning the 2023 IBSC Action Research Award for completing highly innovative action research projects that make a valuable contribution to the IBSC Action Research community.
First and foremost a teacher, Sherry Rusher spent 10 years teaching Spanish at Castilleja School, an all-girls school in Palo Alto, California, before she moved to Washington, DC, in 1989 to teach boys at St. Albans School (United States)—and never looked back.
Join women leaders at IBSC member schools for a global panel discussion and live Q&A exploring women in leadership at boys’ schools. Come together to share successes, challenges, and action plans to promote women in leadership at boys’ schools.
IBSC Ideas Lab invites directors of professional development and staff learning in member schools to connect virtually using the free online tool Zoom. Limited to 12 participants plus the facilitator, this IBSC Ideas Lab includes three one-hour sessions for participants to discuss relevant topics.