For International Day of Peace, IST students participated in many exciting events throughout the day!
Our classrooms celebrated by creating magnificent pieces of art, some classrooms wrote inspirational quotes about tolerance around our play area, many of our students participated in mindfulness moments around our peace pole, and our youngest learners even planted a peace garden!
It was an amazing day filled with reflection, friendship and promoting the IB attitude of tolerance! ... See MoreSee Less
During their first "Unit of Inquiry", trailblazers are inquiring into how human rights vary with place and time. Students are making connections, and using their research skills during this science inquiry to look at the basic human need of water. In this collaborative project our Grade 5 class is designing, creating, testing, and improving water wells. ... See MoreSee Less
This week IST trailblazers read The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds.
During their mindfulness exercises, trailblazers reflected on the mark they have made in the world. They also reflected on how they can continue to make their mark by taking action to positively change the world around us. These future leaders continue to demonstrate compassion, tolerance, and courage on a daily basis. What a great community of learners we have here at IST!
Take a look at some of our International Dot Day projects!
In art, students used their imagination to make some very creative dot pieces.
Our Early Childhood classroom even joined in the fun during a collaborative sensory play & paint activity! This popular classroom is almost full! Interested in securing a spot in our Early Childhood 1 (ages 2-3) or Early Childhood 2 (ages 3-4) Program for 2018-2019 school year? Contact us today: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Make your mark, and see where it takes you." -Peter H. Reynolds ... See MoreSee Less
This inspiring learning space has been equipped with SmartBoard technology, a Lego wall, Lego Mindstorm and Lego WeDo robotics kits, programmable Bee Bots, Makey Makey interactive circuit boards, Little Bits magnetic snap circuits, solar robots, 3D pen technology, and a brand new Creator Pro Flashforge 3D printer and more!
As with all of our classrooms, our Inquiry Lab serves as a student centered classroom that encourages collaboration between students.
Check out our Grade 4 students exploring migration through Music and STEM. Students have been inquiring into how migration has influenced music and instruments from around the world. In this activity students utilized the Makey Makeys to research and then program a set of bongo drums! ... See MoreSee Less