Author Archives: Emily Warde

What is Cultural Fluency and Why is it Important for My Child?

ISTP's rigourous bilingual education means that each student graduates fully fluent in two languages and proficient in a third.

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Ideas for a Preschooler-Approved, Healthy & Fun Snack Time

 

At ISTP's Early Year's Center, we have quite a lot of experience with snack time. Healthy snacks are essential for fueling developing young minds as they learn and grow throughout the school day. Offering a variety of snacks is important for...

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How to Help Your Preschool-Aged Child Manage Their Emotions

In the Early Years, children develop crucial social-emotional skills. By learning to handle themselves independently, respond to their feelings appropriately, and interact positively with others, students prepare themselves for the challenges of ...

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Design Beyond the MakerSpace

The Maker Education Movement has taken off in the past few years, as leading-edge educators have come to see the many benefits of creative, hands-on problem-solving. In 2015, ISTP opened its own MakerSpace on Cohn Campus, and last year we...

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Service Learning Reflection–Care Packages for the Palo Alto Homeless–by Claire Y.

Last month, our International Middle School 6th graders created their own service learning projects as part of their unit on The Giver by Lois Lowry. They thought about their personal interests and abilities and then located needs within their...

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Service Learning Reflection – Volunteering for the American Canine Institute – by Kasper H.

Last month, our International Middle School 6th graders created their own service learning projects as part of their unit on The Giver by Lois Lowry. They thought about their personal interests and abilities and then located needs within their...

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Service Learning Reflection–Volunteering at a Senior Center–by Katya O.

Last month, our International Middle School 6th graders created their own service learning projects as part of their unit on The Giver by Lois Lowry. They thought about their personal interests and abilities and then located needs within their...

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How do You Define Success? – Raising a Well-Balanced Student

Last month, we were privileged to welcome Mary Hofstedt, Ed.M., of Challenge Success to ISTP, as part of our series of ISTParentEd talks. Challenge Success is an organization devoted to helping students and parents avoid the pitfalls of focusing...

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