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Author Archives: Emily Warde

Distance Learning in the Early Years – Learning to Think Scientifically by Exploring Light and Shadow

Explore this multi-media virtual book for a glimpse into the PreK French students’ Unit of Inquiry done via Distance Learning! Click on the audio icon to hear teacher Cécile Roques’ explain each activity.

What does Distance Learning look like...

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Showcasing Student Work

We are so proud of our hardworking students, and always love to celebrate their academic growth. Even though we are not able to be on campus, we invite you to explore the student work below – from all divisions and both language programs – for a...

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Distance Learning Beyond the Screen – Insights for Parents

As we have quickly and unexpectedly shifted to the new reality of Distance Learning, our students’ laptops and iPads have been a lifeline – allowing them to connect with their teachers and classmates and continue to learn in a very challenging...

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Kicking off Our Distance Learning Plan

At INT'L, we pride ourselves on our ability to plan ahead, adapt, and innovate. While we may never have imagined the uncertain and unprecedented circumstances in which we all find ourselves, we have been able to draw upon the preexisting...

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Mirrors and Windows: Diversity and Inclusion in Children's Literature

The books students are exposed to during childhood are powerful tools for representation that can serve as both “mirrors and windows.” A book is a “mirror” when it reflects a student’s own culture/identity. A book is also a “window” into the...

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Service and Action – Middle School Animal Advocacy Club

INT'L 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 and 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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Arts Night 2019: Art in ACTION!

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

We are incredibly proud to announce INT'L 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 INT'L education.

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