Grade Sustainability “Make and Take” Reuse, Refuse, Recycle, Repair, Reduce and Rot Sustainability in today’s world is one of the most important concepts we can teach. As part of our Science and Sustainability Curriculum Learning Team, grade levels from across all sections of the school have been planning units of inquiry centered around the UN […]
Learning connected to the War in Ukraine Lessons from history, economics and globalisation ISP’s Multimedia Storytellers interviewed three of our Upper School teachers who teach in the Social Studies department (history, economics, global politics, , geography, psychology, business) about how they were supporting students making sense of and wrestling with the complexity of this current […]
Personalized Projects in MYP Design One of PSI’s strategic plan goal areas is ‘Personalized’. In response to our aspirations to innovate in this regard, teachers have been adding various types of personalization to classes. For example, this spring in MYP Design, we have decided to offer a fully personalized final project. Firstly, students have been […]
Commitment to a Holistic Education ISB’s commitment to developing programs that support a holistic education is an essential component of our curriculum. Academics, sports and CCA’s, social and emotional learning, student leadership and service are at the core of ISB’s learning program. Within that framework, we look to implement value-added programs that benefit all learners […]
Creating Content for a Global Audience The 2nd Annual Globetrottin’ ADs’ Student Athlete Leadership Conference Highlighting the important connections between athletics and academics was one of the goals of the Globetrottin ADs Student Athlete Leadership Conference but there were a whole lot more. This conference was a chance for student athletes who focus more on academics […]
Conservation Museum at TISA P5 students prepared museum exhibits to teach others about a living thing. Museum visitors learned about adaptations that helped the living thing survive in their biomes and habitats, how their living thing helped maintain balance in their environment and threats to the living thing. Exhibitors also encouraged others to take responsibility […]
US Vice President Kamala Harris visited AS Warsaw Huge news! On March 10th we had the privilege of welcoming the Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris to the American School of Warsaw! During her visit to the campus, she met with the representatives of the refugee community, US Embassy staff and a representative group of […]
Tashkent International School is Growing and Building TIS is breaking ground on their Elementary School Additional Wing (E2W) to expand their growing elementary school. TIS is pleased to announce that the school has signed a contract with Gabus Construction Company to begin building the new elementary school additional wing, also known as the E2W. […]
It is amazing how drastically things can change in such a short period of time. In the late spring of 2019 I set out to try and see what was on the mind of the International School Athletic Director.
P7 classes create their songs based on the chords they learned on the ukulele. Some students chose to experiment with technologies in the process.