If given the space and pathways to explore, “problem find” and seek guidance, young people can achieve remarkable things and schools can be places where learning is transformational in their lives.
Since the start of the 2020 academic year, schools around the world have faced daunting challenges in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. In just
The new ISP library will inspire ISP learners to not only read and research, but also to design, collaborate, innovate and create for years to come.
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?
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