Dffctiuliy With Lainerng To Raed

How technology can help dyslexic learners help themselves Dyslexia is not something that a person ‘grows out of,’ so dyslexic students need to develop ways of working that use their strengths and bypass their limitations. These technologies are not intended to replace specialized, evidence-based literacy teaching, but rather to provide options for students to access resources

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F1 in Schools World Finals 2017

Student team from Ho Chi Minh City will represent Vietnam at this month’s F1 in Schools World Finals 2017 The stage is set for the biggest F1 in Schools World Finals ever held in the history of this award-winning global educational initiative, with 51 international teams competing at this year’s event starting on 24th September.

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Beyond the Expected

Cultural exploration through music  Wherever there are people in the world, there is music. It truly is the global language. Growing up just 65 miles from Mexico, my own childhood was spent singing songs I loved in languages I did not fully understand—it was only years later that I realized I had been singing happily

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Banishing The Back To School Blues

After all the fun in the sun of summer, heading back to school doesn’t have to be a chore I can recall (now many years ago) as a young learner, the awful dread and ‘knot’ in the stomach I used to feel with the impending doom of a return to school after a prolonged summer

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Pomfret School

Boarding School Life

A glimpse into the life of an international boarding school student One day my parents told me that I was going to move to the US and complete my high school years there. I was 15 years old and in 9th grade at the time. My parents never really gave me any specific reasons why

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SNA

Study in Vietnam, Obtain American High School Diploma

Students of International Schools of North America (SNA) can acquire the American High School Diploma after graduation. Interview with Mr. Dominic – Principal of SNA’s USA Program Dear Mr. Dominic, after receiving the USA High School Diploma at SNA, what are the advantages that SNA’s students have over those graduating from any other international programs

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Reach For The Stars

Oi speaks to Janine Gordon Principal of EtonHouse International Pre-School Franchise An Phu about intentional play, the child as a creative learner, and what a “remida” is. Can you tell us a bit about yourself, and how you and EtonHouse International Pre-School Franchise ∙ An Phu partnered up? I am a passionate advocate of child-centered, play-based

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Parents Behaving Badly

Keyboard warriors, leave those teachers alone It’s friday night, and darling Stephanie has stomped in home from school—nanny in tow. “Muuuum?” “Yes, darling.” “Mrs. X did…” You don’t hear the rest of it. It doesn’t matter. You’re one glass of wine down already—hey, it’s Friday—and the iPad is on the table, looking at you lingeringly.

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Renaissance Now Features Work by Regis Golay

Renaissance International School Saigon has recently expanded it’s collection of Modern Art. The school has dedicated a room to display Golay’s collage of 11 videos, catching the attention of the school’s students, teachers, parents and visitors. Regis Golay’s work – flown in from Switzerland – was displayed at Dia Projects in Saigon earlier this month. The

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Cooperative Learning

By using this method, each of your students will feel that he or she is an important member of the class Imagine that you are walking past two different types of classrooms. Inside the first one, the teacher is leading the class as a whole but not much engagement is present among the students. Then

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