NCGS & OSG Offering "Introduction to Girls' Schools" Online Course for Faculty

NCGS and the Online School for Girls (OSG) continue their successful strategic partnership by offering an exciting online professional development opportunity this summer and fall. "Introduction to Girls' Schools" (formerly known as "Single Gender Education: An Orientation for New Faculty") provides instructional insight to all teachers new to girls' schools, be they seasoned educators or new to the profession. In order for your newly hired faculty to thrive and succeed at their first all-girls school, it is necessary to provide them with approaches to teaching and learning that are most effective for girls.

The course allows participants to connect and collaborate with each other to explore the possible implications of research on the classroom environment. Educators will also discuss ways to create a collaborative student-centered learning space, including how technology can help achieve these goals. Ultimately, teachers will gain a clearer understanding of what it means to work in an all-girls school and will come away with ideas of how to create a classroom atmosphere and curriculum that maximizes how girls learn.

"Introduction to Girls' Schools" is a four-week long course and is currently scheduled twice during the summer months (June 22-July 17 and July 20-August 14) and once in the fall (October 13-November 6).

Click here for more information about the course, including fees and comments from past participants.


Save the Date for Educating Girls Symposium in Los Angeles

Educating Girls Symposium
Developing Leadership Through Wellness and Mindfulness
October 16, 2015
Marlborough School
Los Angeles, CA
Featured speaker Rachel Simmons

The NCGS Educating Girls Symposium is a professional development offering that provides educators  an opportunity to convene and exchange best practices for teaching and working with girls. Developing Leadership Through Wellness and Mindfulness will be the theme of the day with discussions revolving around the intersection of leadership, resilience, and wellness. Heads of school, administrators, faculty, counselors, and educational professionals from all-girls and coed schools that serve PK-12th grade students in the U.S., Canada, and abroad, are encouraged to attend.

Registration for the Los Angeles Educating Girls Symposium will open in August 2015.


Save the Date for the 2016 Global Forum on Girls' Education

2016 Global Forum on Girls' Education
Creating a World of Possibilities
February 7-9, 2016

New York Marriott Marquis
New York, NY

NCGS is proud to host the 2016 Global Forum on Girls' Education, Creating a World of Possibilities, a groundbreaking conference in partnership with preeminent educational organizations from all over the globe including our founding partner, the Young Women's Leadership Network, as well as the Girls' Schools Association (U.K.), Alliance of Girls Schools Australasia, Philippine Alliance for Girls' Education, European Association of Single-Sex Education, and Young Women's Preparatory Network, Canadian Accredited Independent Schools, South African Girls' Schools Association, Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa, and New York State Association of Independent Schools.

The Global Forum will be an opportunity to bring together the leading educators, researchers, advocates, authors, practitioners, and related-industry leaders from across the globe to exchange best practices and innovative approaches for academic excellence and the healthy development of girls. We will address themes and topics that are universal in nature, such as Leadership, Health & Wellness, STEAM, Civic/Community Engagement, Classroom Innovation, Strategic School Advancement, Testing & Assessment, and Teaching & Curriculum.

Save the date to join us in February 2016 to Create a World of Possibilities—for ourselves as educators, for our schools, and, most importantly, for our girls.