Thursday, September 26, 2019
08:00 AM to
When educators evaluate foreign secondary credentials with intentionality and consistency, students are able to receive transfer credit for courses taken outside the US, positioning them for success in US secondary schools and in their transition to college. This practice-oriented seminar provides international student advocates with a pragmatic framework for evaluating foreign secondary credentials, including transcripts and national exams. Receive a comparative education toolkit, which includes: real-world case studies, an overview of several international education systems, grading scales, and recommended courses and grade level placement for students based on level of English proficiency and foreign credentials. Learn how the evaluation and placement process at the secondary school impacts the college admission process and explore best practice guidance for working with students who have prior international education experiences.
Here are two ways you can register for this seminar:
- Attend only this seminar. The three-hour seminar will be held on Sept. 26 at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville.
- Attend this seminar AND the national conference. Register for the full NACAC National Conference as well as this preconference seminar, which is held the morning before the conference gets underway.
- First, login to register with NACAC.
- Register for the full conference and then add on this preconference seminar. The seminar requires an additional feel, which ranges from $95 - $135 depending on your membership status and the date you register. See cost details under "Preconference Seminar" in the last row of the chart on the registration overview page.
Thank you to our seminar sponsor, DuoLingo.