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John Steinbeck and Diego Rivera: Making Connections Between Art and Literature

This spring, International Middle School English teachers Brian Johnson and Heidi Smith, and art teachers Aïcha Idelcadi and Haiying Yang collaborated on a project that challenged students to analyze the connections between art and literature...

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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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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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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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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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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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Guest Blogger Béatrice Bergemont: February Break Mini Camp on Cohn Campus – The Winter Olympics Comes to ISTP!

This year’s February Break Mini Camp on Cohn Campus was a week filled with joy and discovery. The main theme of the week was winter sports, inspired by the Sochi Olympic Games. Other activities gave students the chance to explore the exciting...

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ISTP Named “Green Leader” by City of Palo Alto

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