Mr. Levitt at International Schools

Marc Levitt has had the good fortune to work in schools and at conferences throughout the world. The following are a list of some of the schools and conferences where he has performed and/or given workshops. (List includes also those schools Mr. Levitt will be visiting during the (2006-2007 School Year)

Caribbean, Central and South America
American School of Guatemala; Guatemala
Colegio Amereican Del Sur; Guatemala
Inter-American Academy; Ecuador
Academia Cotopaxi American International School; Ecuador
American School of Quito; Ecuador
Einstein International School; Ecuador
Colegio Melor; Ecuador
Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Peru
Escuela Campo Alegre; Venezuela

Europe
Vienna International School; Austria
International School of Brussels; Belgium
St. John’s International School; Belgium
International School in Nice; France
American School of Paris; France
International School of Monaco; Monaco
Berlin Brandenburg International School; Germany
Dresden International School; Germany
Internationale Schule Frankfurt-Rhein-Main; Germany
International School Hanover Region; Germany
Munich International School; Germany
International School of Stuttgart; Germany
American Overseas School of Rome; Italy
American School of The Hague; The Netherlands
International School of Krakow; Poland
American School of Warsaw; Poland
American School of Madrid; Spain
American School of Barcelona; Spain
Benjamin Franklin School; Spain
International Gothenburg Region; Sweden
American School of Zagreb; Croatia

Asia and Southeast Asia
Woodstock School; India
Kodaikanal International School; India
American Embassy School in Delhi; India
American School of Bombay; India
Chinese International School in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Hong Kong American School, Hong Kong
Hong Kong International School, Hong Kong
American International School of Guangzhou, China
Shanghai Community International Schools, China
Hangzhou International School; Hangzhou, China
Brent International School, Philippines
International School Bangkok, Thailand
New International School of Thailand
International School Eastern Seaboard, Thailand
Seisen Internatinal School, Tokyo, Japan
Yokohama International School, Japan
St. Maurs International School, Yokohama, Japan
St. Mary’s International School,Tokyo, Japan
Yokota West; Tokyo, Japan
Taiwan American School, Thaiwan


Mr. Levitt at Yokota West School; Tokyo, Japan, September 2009

Mid-East/Africa
Anglican International School; Israel
American Cooperative School of Tunis; Tunisia
Istanbul International Community School; Turkey
Talk to Third Culture Parents in Istanbul; 2008 (Article in The Turkish Daily News, March 2008, Article in the Today Zaman, Istanbul, April 2008)
International School of Oman; Oman
American School of Dubai; United Arab Emirates

Marc Levitt at Conferences

CEESA; (Central and Eastern European Schools Association), 2008
Keynote Speaker at the Nordic Schools Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden: 2007 (click here for the talk)
Venezuelan International Schools, Caracas: 2007
EARCOS (East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools), Manila: 2006
ECIS (European Council of International Schools), The Hague: 2001
TRI-Association (American Schools Association of Central America, Columbia-Caribbean and Mexico) Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: 2000
NESA (Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools), Cairo, Egypt: 1997, 1998
Storytelling in the Digital Age; National Institute of Design; Ahmedabad, India: 2002

Description of Workshops given and/or available at above conferences

Read description of workshops at word document

Advice for teachers and administrators: Preparing for a visit from Marc Levitt

 


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Drawing for Marc from student of the Colegio Menor SFQ, Quito, 2006

...Rave reviews here about your workshops and performances for KG1 to Grade 12, teachers and parents. Your performances are engaging, funny, poignant and real - we were all enthralled. Many students still cannot understand why you have not published your stories in the print media, although they really appreciated the experience of your storytelling and your demonstration of how they can tell their own stories in a more profound way.
The teacher workshop was also useful to change, or broaden our perspectives about sources of inspiration for facilitating better story telling. Many teachers said that they made instant changes to their lesson plans to make our students' writing experiences more meaningful. The parents also loved to opportunity to discuss the impact of third culture experiences for their children, and themselves! You made the transition from the youngest to eldest students seem effortless and were very flexible about the program. So, thank you from the AISA community.

Ms. Alene Morley
Librarian, American International School of Abu Dhabi, 2010




Drawing for Marc from First Grade student of Dresden International School, September 2006



Marc Levitt, American School of Bombay, November 2006

I can sincerely recommend this experience for elementary and no
doubt also for middle school
students. We would be delighted
to have Marc Levitt return to
work with our students again.
M. Katherine Steward,
Elementary Principal Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lima, Peru

Drawing from student of Colegio Americano de Quito, March 2006