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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 INTL* education.

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Networking at INTL May Land You Your Next Job

INTLin Networking Event, January 2018

Several years ago, Director of Advancement Patricia Colin met with a group of alumni to ask them an important question: What can we do for you?

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Guest Blogger Cindy Chiang: Chinese Immersion Collaboration and Leadership

Collaboration is vital to creating a vibrant academic program and educational community. This year we worked hard to increase our participation in the international and local Chinese immersion education communities, and took on new leadership...

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Guest Bloggers Erin O'Rielly & Liz Evans: Teachers as Learners

A little over a month ago, we had the exciting (and much appreciated) opportunity to attend the PYP Teaching and Learning workshop in Singapore. The IB workshops in Asia are particularly suited to INTL’s* needs as a multilingual, multicultural...

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What is Developmentally Appropriate?

This past month, INTL* hosted a training by the Gesell Institute (http://www.gesellinstitute.org). A large portion of the training focused on an overview of developmental ages and stages, which was a wonderful reminder and confirmation that INTL...

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iPad Workshop: Meaningful Technology in the Classroom

INTL* has long led the way in incorporating technology into our teaching methods. The key issue educators face, however, is not simply to have technology present in the classroom, but to use technology in a meaningful way to facilitate learning....

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INTL Student Nominates Teacher for John Hopkins University Award

 

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