On May 19th the Middle School P.E department launched the ISP “Just Dance” Family Challenge. Students and their families both in Prague and around the world were asked to choose between 9 “Just Dance” songs listed here. They were given 3 weeks to work with their families and replicate the moves from the original “Just […]
Our campus may be partially closed at present but Learning@ISP continues!
Here are just a few remarkable stories of learning that our entire community should celebrate. These examples show the resilience of our faculty, students and parents in adapting to this situation. Stay tuned for regular updates!
The Upper School Band put together this wonderful virtual ensemble for the graduate video, the traditional Vltava (or Moldau) by Smetana.
A1 (mainly Grade 6) French Students posted some cute short videos on flipgrid. The learning task was to practise conversations about school, their cue was to record their stuffed animals having the conversations! Check them out here: https://flipgrid.com/95608008
Elementary students have been sending in pictures of their favourite characters in print! These will be used at the next gathering in June as part if the Book Character Fashion Show!
Each week Middle School Art Teacher Petr Dmitriov sets students a challenge. Students have to interpret a piece of his art to replicate in a style all of their own. Mr. D’s is the first photo, there follows a selection of student art.
I’m on the steering committee for ELMLE, a conference for middle School educators. Our 2021 conference was meant to be held in Malta (though of course this has now had to be transformed into a virtual conference). Instead of coming up with our Malta logo ourselves, we decided to have students design logos in a competition […]
“What’s this?” I held up a rather squashy-faced, plasticine-crafted figure up to the camera. An awkward pause. “A chicken?” one student tentatively asked. After a fair amount of giggling, it was determined to be an “armed head” – one of the three “apparitions” shown in Act 4 of Shakespeare’s play, Macbeth. In the time Grade […]
Grade 8 Social Studies recently concluded a unit on Social Media. The students developed research questions and completed background research on their individual topics. The final step of was to create a social media PSA incorporating an infographic to support their position on their research question. The overall goal was to see how we can be […]
As we continue being home learners, and away from each other there was a moment of reflection. When we learn from school we share some common elements – we sit in similar rooms, we play in the same playground, we get to eat on similar looking tables and we see and share the same environment. BUT NOW […]