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Professional development for international schools

Available Onsite or Online

Linden Global Learning workshops for international schools are designed to be fresh, interactive and relevant, drawing from the latest research and best practices in education and child psychology. Our international facilitators are dedicated to creating safe and inclusive spaces that encourage self-reflection, active questioning, and meaningful interactions among participants. Facilitators are committed to creating safe and inclusive spaces to help foster discussion, self-reflection, questioning and interaction. 

To ensure that each workshop is tailored to your school's specific needs and cultural context, we utilize online pre-workshop questionnaires 4-6 weeks before the session. This allows us to capture participants' most pertinent questions and relevant case studies, guaranteeing that our content addresses their unique requirements. We also measure the effectiveness of each workshop through post-workshop evaluations, which we gladly share with your school. 

In addition to our standard workshops below, we offer bespoke workshops especially tailored to a school's individual need and cultural setting. Each workshop can be tailored for parents, staff, or school leadership and presented online or in person.



  • Child Development Post Pandemic: Trends, Challenges & Opportunities

  • From Math Anxiety To Math Efficacy - A Solutions-Focused Workshop for Teachers

  • The Power of Thoughts: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Strategies for Young Children or Teens (for Counselors)

  • Building Resilience in Adolescents: How Teachers/Parents Can Make a Difference in the Teen Years

  • Sharpening Your Mentoring Tools: Soft Skills for Empowering Adolescents

  • Understanding & Maintaining Healthy Boundaries: Tools for Boarding School Staff

  • Creating Mindful & Safe Digital Habits: Navigating Kids & Teens Through Today’s Digital World

  • You Matter: Mental Health & Self-Care Workshops for Staff

  • Breaking the Binary: Providing culturally competent care for youth who identify as LGBTQ+ 


  • The ABCs of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): What Educators Need to Know to Support Neurodiverse Students

  • Sensory Integration in the School Environment

  • Effective Behavior Management Strategies (for Teachers, Playground Assistants, or Classroom Assistants)

  • Reaching Students with ADHD: Tips from an Occupational Therapist for Teachers

  • Interpreting Psycho-Educational Reports: What Student Support Staff Need to Know and Where to Find It!

  • New Frontiers in Inclusion & Mental Health for International Schools: The Brave New World of Telehealth

  • Understanding Sensory Processing: The Functional Impacts It Has on Your Students & Yourself

  • Supporting Handwriting Development in the Classroom: Tips from an Occupational Therapist

  • Collaborative Learning: Essential Skills for International Students

  • Supporting the Whole Child with Multi-Tiered System (MTSS) of Supports 


  • Cultural Sensitivity & Allyship: Supporting LGBTQ+ Students and Families in an International Schools

  • Breaking the Binary: Providing Culturally Competent Care for Youth Who Identify as LGBTQI+ 

  • The Culturally Competent Counselor: Enhancing your Skills To Better Serve Diverse Students


  • Motivation, Organization & Time Management Hacks for Students 

  • Understanding the Meaning of Consent: A Confidence-Boosting Workshop for Teens

  • Mindful & Safe Digital Habits: How to Navigate Our Digital World

  • Boosting Social Skills with Our Special Interests: A Confidence-Boosting Workshop for Young Students (Small Groups)

For holiday camps led by our specialists, please visit our camp website:

Thank you for coming to our assistance yet again in delivering your three workshops last Thursday! By all accounts they covered an area we all need to take fully on board as teachers in international schools so you hit the nail right on the head! Our colleagues appreciated your message, experience, research evidence and suggestions. 


James Bearblock

Director of School Advancement, College Du Leman

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