Marc Mesich | Principal
The International School of Penang (Uplands)

Marc Mesich, Principal, The International School of Penang (Uplands)

Marc brings a wide range of experience spanning six countries including Canada, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, India, Japan, and now Malaysia. He has completed an EdD in educational leadership from the University of Calgary. His studies focused on educational leadership, change management, and school development. Marc is currently the Principal of Uplands International School in Penang Malaysia.  Marc is passionate about school development and has supported the growth of several schools. He has held numerous positions within schools providing him with a wide scope and understanding of school leadership, teaching and learning. He has taught extensively across the MYP / DP and has held the positions of Coordinator, Vice Principal, Principal, Consultant, and Director.  Marc is a proud member of the International Baccalaureate Educators network. He facilitates a wide range of workshops for the organization focused on school leadership, improvement, and authorization.  He is an evaluation leader/chair and consultant for the IB. Marc is also an adjunct professor for the National Taiwan Normal University where he instructs courses training the next generation of IB educators.   


EDUtech Asia 2024 Conference Day 1 @ 16:20

Panel – Professional development: staying current, keeping up

  • Reimagining teacher growth in a rapidly-evolving digital age
  • Pedagogical leadership: empowering educators for impact
  • Cultivating a culture of continuous learning and improvement
  • Collaborative learning and knowledge sharing
last published: 21/May/24 08:15 GMT

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