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Middle School Cultural Exchange Trip: Life at the Wuhou Foreign Language School

ISTP Middle School students are living and studying at the Wuhou Foreign Language School in Chengdu, China, as part of a cultural exchange trip.  With this blog, I would like to provide everyone with a glimpse of their exciting daily activities!

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Middle School Cultural Exchange Trip: Greetings from Chengdu!

Middle School Chinese teacher Jin Huo and I are accompanying the Middle School students on a cultural exchange trip to Chengdu, China. With this blog, I would like to provide everyone with a glimpse of their exciting daily activities!

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Middle School Red Cross Club Works for a Greater Purpose

At ISTP, we strive to teach our students the importance of giving back, a principle we put into action each year through canned food drives, Christmas gift donations, and much more.

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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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ISTP to Offer Unique Programming Workshop Over Spring Break

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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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Guest Blogger Béatrice Bergemont: After School Enrichment Activities Help Students Find Their Passion

After the school day ends, Cohn Campus remains abuzz with activity. On a typical day after school, students can be found practicing their cartwheels and handstands, learning to become chess masters, building elaborate Lego creations, and learning...

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Philippe’s Blog: Standardized Testing and the Bilingual Child

Standardized tests play a central role in educational culture in the United States. As an independent, bilingual, international school, we approach standardized testing from a unique perspective. Still, we find that participating in ERB...

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Guest Blogger Véronique Merckling: Cohn Campus Students Become Computer Programmers for an Hour

3rd-5th grade students listen to instructions prior to using an "Angry Birds" app on their iPads to learn how to program.
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Guest Blogger: Kammie B. Brings Innovative Flipped Teaching to 7th Grade Pre-Algebra

“I think your flipped teaching style is very helpful because then when we are in class we can talk more about our questions,” – Gaby M., 7th grade Pre-Algebra student.

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