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.
When, if not when they are in school, can students learn in a safe environment about their own capacities to make a difference as global citizens?
“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
We’re taught that making mistakes and taking risks are good but nobody compliments you when you make mistakes.
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?
At the suggestion of my daughter, Emma, my address at this year’s ISP Graduation Ceremony for the class of 2018 went a bit more personal.