Ms Angeline Aow
Angeline is an international educator who has taught in schools in Sydney, Singapore, Nanjing and Berlin where she currently resides. Having undertaken multiple roles within schools, as a teacher, curriculum coordinator, accreditation coordinator and most recently as a professional learning and development coordinator, Angeline has gained unique insights and understandings from multiple perspectives. Her work as a member of the International Baccalaureate Educator Network (IBEN) and CIS volunteer has provided opportunities for her to work across cultures, borders and languages where she brings together learning communities interested in developing shared understandings and practical steps towards sustainable school growth. Angeline is an advocate of coaching, concept-driven learning and teaching and contributes as an active citizen on social justice issues through her role as a country network leader of @WomenEdDE and role as chair of ECIS’ Women in Education Special Interest Group. She also serves as a school member representative on CIS’ Board Committee on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Anti-racism. Angeline believes that every educator and student has the power to impact others. She approaches supporting schools to become totally inclusive through focusing on individuals (mindsets, advocacy and communal solidarity) and infrastructure (commitment to and implementation of sustainable policies and practices).