Anne van Dam is an international educator who has worked in schools in the Netherlands,
China, Singapore and Switzerland in a variety of roles; as a teacher, PYP coordinator,
assistant principal and school Director. As an independent consultant she has travelled the
globe to work with schools, facilitate workshops and present at conferences. Anne is
experienced with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP), is a workshop leader and developer and most recently has worked with the PYP development office in the Hague as a consultant on the enhanced PYP.

In the first part of her episode with Angeline Aow, they discuss Early Years education, including the role of play, documentation, assessment and the rise of accountability around the world.

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    2 replies to "Play, assessment and accountability in the Early Years: Anne Van Dam Part 1"

    • Bernice

      I spent a lot of time to locate something similar to this

    • Vibhika Gupta

      Hi this is Vibhika Gupta .
      I am the early years coordinator at Bombay international school.
      I am really intrigued by your idea of not having a structured timetable. Can you please share how the days in your school is and how do you manage specialist in them. Looking forward to connect with you

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