A conversation with Doline Ndorimana, Educator | DEIJ workshop Leader | MYP Language Consultant | CIS Accreditation Evaluator | TIE Editorial Board Member
Oct 1st, 2022 by TISP
Join us for a conversation with Doline, who has worked in international schools in Europe, and worked extensively facilitating and leading workshops amplifying the importance of Diversity Equity Inclusion and Justice. (DEIJ). How as a board member of the International Educator magazine and blog she is supporting the editorial content to address these issues. We will explore her facilitation of DEIJ awareness and the different strategies schools and school leaders can engage with. Looking at how to support students, educators and parents with this important disposition and set of values in the curriculum and school setting.
About Doline Ndorimana
Born and raised in Burundi, Doline Ndorimana is an international educator, DEIJ workshop leader and a university lecturer with15 years of experience in International schools. She is also a language Acquisition MYP consultant, and is part of TIE Editorial committee as well as being a member of AIELOC and ISS Diversity Collaborative. Doline is trained in international accreditation as a team evaluator and has been involved in accreditation visits. She is a great advocate of students’ voices and works at amplifying them by helping to create a culture of inclusion and vulnerability in schools. She now lives in Melbourne with her family.
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