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Service as Action – International Middle School Animal Advocacy Club

ISTP 8th Grader Kasper H. founded the International Middle School Animal Advocacy Club last year in honor of his beloved dog Magic. Here, Kasper’s reflects on why he started the club, and the steps the club has taken to support local animal...

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Service as Action – Creating a French Audiobook Library for Students with Learning Differences

For students with learning differences, audiobooks can be an incredibly helpful tool. For example, students with dyslexia or ADHD are better supported when they are able to listen to an audiobook while following along with the text. 

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Bilingualism in the Early Years

As the fall semester comes to a close each year, we often hear parents wondering if they have made the right choice to enroll their child in a bilingual program. It has been a few months, the kids have settled into the routine, the teachers seem...

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Arts Night 2019: Art in ACTION!

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At this year’s annual Arts Night, the art jumped...

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ISTP Alumna Christine H. Crowned Champion of the Americas in Chinese Bridge Language Competition

We are incredibly proud to announce ISTP alumna Christine H.’s impressive success in the Chinese Bridge Language Competition.

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Diversity and Belonging in an International Context

As an international school home to families of 30+ different nationalities that celebrates language and culture all year round, it might seem that diversity is inherent to an ISTP education.

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The Importance of “Playing Pretend” in Bilingual Development

All of us remember engaging in “pretend” or “make believe” play as children. Whether playing house, pretending to run a store, pretending to be a teacher, or pretending to drive a car, children naturally enjoy modeling the behavior of adults...

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PreK Transforms Classroom into L’expo Idéale with Hervé Tullet

Last spring, Emeline Desposte’s PreK class transformed their classroom into an art gallery, inspired by the colorful, exuberant, and interactive work of artist Hervé Tullet.

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International Middle Schoolers Create Virtual Reality Tours of Cohn Campus

What might a prospective parent want to know about ISTP’s Cohn Campus? What spaces would they like to see? These are the kind of questions the International Middle Schoolers had to ask themselves when creating an interactive virtual tour of Cohn...

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Meaningful Learning through Virtual and Augmented Reality

Imagine a student being able to dive underwater to explore the Great Barrier Reef, fly through Saturn’s rings, or see their favorite story come to life in front of their eyes – these are just some of the exciting ways virtual reality (VR) and...

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