French Program 6th Graders Teach Kindergarteners About Plant Growth in Collaborative Science Project

French Middle School Teacher Elisabeth Lepert could not have picked a more beautiful day in March for her 6th Grade science class to visit the garden on Cowper Campus. As the sun shone on the grass and garden, the French Program 6th Graders and...

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Guest Blogger Maryam Shabani: Fun Structured Games Supplement Free Play at Recess

At ISTP we think very seriously about how recess activities can best aid our students’ growth and development. Most recess activities fall into two broad categories, free play and structured games.

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ISTP Students Beta Test New Educational iPad Apps

At ISTP, we strive to be at the forefront of incorporating technology into our curriculum. Our ipad programs in Elementary School have given our teachers new opportunities to incorporate technology into their lessons in a seamless, meaningful way.

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ISTP to Offer Unique Programming Workshop Over Spring Break

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Guest Blogger: Olivier Monteil: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Dictée

ISTP students compete in the annual Dictée de la Baie.
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ISTP Celebrates Le Petit Prince's 70th Anniversary

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Social Emotional Learning Beyond the Classroom: The Playground at ISTP

ISTP's Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program is now in its 3rd year of being an explicit part of the curriculum. We have established progressions for all grade levels and continue to refine them as the students gain more skills each year. But...

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Student and Faculty Achievements: Leyla and Ying Recognized for Excellence in Writing, Teaching

Anyone who has spent time in the ISTP community knows that it is a special place, filled with unique and talented people from around the world, not to mention our extraordinary, dedicated students.

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February Break Mini Camp on Cowper Campus: Where the Wild Things Are

February Break Mini Camp on Cowper Campus was a magical week in which we immersed ourselves in the richly imaginative world of children's book author, Maurice Sendak. We read many of Sendak's beloved stories, accompanied by his beautiful original...

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Guest Blogger Maryam Shabani: Social Emotional Learning - Responsibility and Empathy

In my recent blog post about Social-Emotional Learning, I talked about conflict resolution on the playground. In my experience, two traits are essential for students to become effective in resolving conflicts – they must be able to take...

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ISTP Stands Against Bullying!

The International School of the Peninsula proudly participates in the annual International Stand Up to Bullying Day, a global movement designed to draw attention to the effects of and to teach non-confrontational ways to deal with bullying....

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