Virtual Hugs

As we all contend with the new normal in the age of Coronavirus, the International School of Prague, like many schools around the world has had to rapidly switch gears into a virtual world of learning and human interaction. Now that school is physically closed, we employ our many digital tools in new and creative ways, to bring us all a little bit closer together.Read more

HOW A TRIP TO ISP COULD SHAPE THE FUTURE FOR AISB’S LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY

“We create change that’s bigger than we are.” That’s one of the International School of Prague‘s (ISP) ISP2020 strategies. Taking action to make a difference was on bold display just a few weeks ago, when students from the American International School of Bucharest (AISB) visited ISP to learn from and with members of the ISP’s Upper School Spectrum and Middle School Pride groups. In this guest blog, I reprint an article written by two of the AISB students who visitedRead more

Happy Caravan and ISP: Creating change that’s bigger than we are!

Alaa Eddin Janid grew up in Aleppo, Syria. Over the course of his young life, Alaa journeyed from the world of privilege, to witnessing and experiencing  the persecution, oppression and brutality of the Assad regime. As an activist Alaa joined forces with other young people in Aleppo to fight for democracy and human rights, but due to the increasing dangers in the country, Alaa was ultimately forced to leave Syria and become one of millions of people who fled theirRead more

Learners at the Centre: Opt-in Gradeless Prototype at the International School of Prague

Think back to when you were a student in school. Like most of us, you regularly received a grade on a test, homework assignment, participation, report card, you name it! Can you recall how it made you feel and if it helped or hindered your learning? A major challenge for many schools and a well researched obstacle to learning is grading. A number of years ago we at the International School of Prague, took on the challenge of changing ourRead more