Personalized Learning through the Passion Project


ISB has made a commitment to personalized learning as one of our Strategic Initiatives.   Personalized Learning is offering a variety of student opportunities and resources that fosters students’ learning, allowing them to design learning experiences…

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The Power of Feedback; Reflections from a Paddle Board Yogi


By Kristine Tesoriero Middle School/High School Curriculum & Professional Learning Coordinator Like most teachers, I consider myself a life-long learner.  Typically, my learning and growth centers around the field of education, so when an opportunity…

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Design@ISB


 Why is design an essential part of a school’s curriculum? The most important benefits of Design classes and/or units in the curriculum are: complex thinking, development of technical skills, analysis of media and products around…

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Why We Blog


Last year we made and effort in the Office of Learning to build #learnisb on Twitter and through our blogging platform.  Each serves a somewhat different purpose.  We use Twitter and social media as a…

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Bang for Blogs


Post by: Pim Arora At ISB, all middle and high school students have WordPress blogs.  In the elementary school, upper elementary students also use WordPress, while younger students utilize private blogs as an online portfolio. …

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What Can an iPad Do That a Laptop Can’t?


Posted by Elvina Tong Two school years ago, kindergarten began using 1:1 iPads in the classroom, with one Grade 1 class piloting 1:1. The following year, Grade 1 went fully 1:1 iPad and had done…

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