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Visible Thinking: Fostering Inquiry in Early Years

This is the question posed by Project Zero, an extension of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. With much research, Project Zero developed a framework to teach students how to channel their curiosity, think deeply, and find meaning in their...

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Outstanding Gala Experiences by ISTP Teachers & Staff

Over the past consecutive weekends, a select group of teachers and staff orchestrated two unforgettable experiences for several very lucky auction lot winners. Our teachers spent the last five months collaborating, even before the Gala & Auction,...

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Gala Auction Lot: The Amazing Race: ISTP Edition, May 5th

Each year, ISTP hosts an Annual Gala and Auction, the school’s largest fundraising event. On May 5th, a group of teachers and staff, led by Elementary School Principal, Lauren Christel, and Educational Technology Director and MYP Coordinator,...

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Gala Auction Lot: Casino Royale: Parents' Night Off, May 12th

Each year, ISTP hosts an Annual Gala and Auction, the school’s largest fundraising event. On Mother's Day weekend, a group of teachers and staff led by K-8 Learning Specialist, Terry Chapman, 1st Grade English Teacher, Jenna Huckerby, 5th Grade...

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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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Alumnus of the Month: Paul Nauleau

“It was not until a few years after leaving ISTP that I truly recognized the skills and character building that the school gave me. The trilingual education, the open-mindedness, and the respect of cultural diversity are all aspects of who I am,...

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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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Alumnus of the Month: Arthur Bretschneider

“I believe having exposure to multiple cultures at a young age sets me apart from most people I meet. That exposure leads to better understanding and empathy for people who come from different backgrounds, and this is something especially...

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