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News image It Has Been A Privilege (A look back on Year 1) - it-has-been-a-privilege-a-look-back-on-year-1 Blog | Campus Developments
It Has Been A Privilege (A look back on Year 1)
On 4th January 2018, I arrived in Dublin for the first time. I was driven to a recently vacated building destined to become Ireland’s first International School and the tour began. With the remnants of the Microsoft Christmas party all around me, I stood in what is now Tir na nog and began to imagine…
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News image Our New Climbing Wall - our-new-climbing-wall News | Campus Developments
Our New Climbing Wall
This week our sports team took delivery of our brand new climbing wall! Rock climbing will be covered as part of the PHE curriculum and one of our CCAs for the 2019/2020 academic year.
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Lord Puttnam Visit
During last Wednesday's MYP Core Session we welcomed Lord David Puttnam for an insightful talk on change, innovation and activism.
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News image The reward of well-rounded study - the-reward-of-well-rounded-study Blog | Global Campus | Global Education | NAE Global Family
The reward of well-rounded study
Nearing the end of his first year of University, Nord Anglia International School Shanghai, Pudong graduate Eric Chen shares his thought on how the rigour and well-rounded approach to academic study in his senior years at school prepared him well for his degree.
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News image The impact of a shared dream - the-impact-of-a-shared-dream Blog | Global Education
The impact of a shared dream
A powerful online tool is spurring students into building more robust charity and social service programmes designed to create a greater, positive impact in their local communities.
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News image In tune with success - in-tune-with-success Blog | Juilliard | Featured | Global Campus | Global Education | NAE Global Family
In tune with success
Students experience both artistic and personal breakthroughs at Nord Anglia’s newly expanded Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard program.
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News image More than a single answer - more-than-a-single-answer Blog | Featured | Global Campus | Global Education | NAE Global Family
More than a single answer
Learning has shifted from solving a problem with a single, definitive answer to identifying problems in a given situation and offering multiple, possible solutions, Nord Anglia's Education Director, Andy Puttock says.
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News image Unleash your creativity - unleash-your-creativity Blog | Featured | Global Education | MIT | NAE Global Family
Unleash your creativity
Creativity isn’t a trait unique to those who pursue the arts. Educators say it’s a way of thinking that leads to imaginative and unique solutions to all types of real-world problems.
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News image Taking the lead - taking-the-lead Blog | Featured | Global Campus | Global Education | NAE Global Family
Taking the lead
Summer camps aren’t what they used to be says Pierre-Louis Martin. It isn’t just about games, nature walks and story time. His school’s camp, the Champittet Summer Leadership Course, is designed to develop leadership qualities in young people through different activities. It’s what students want.
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Does it matter which university you choose?
Where you go is not who’ll you’ll be, were comments that sparked debate recently in the media and got many of us thinking, does that statement ring true for the university you choose? At ICS, as with Nord Anglia's schools around the world, our students have access to experienced university and careers counsellors to help them prepare for life after school, which, for many, includes attending some of the world's leading universities. Windermere Preparatory School’s International Student Advisor Ruth Lahnston, Counselor Nancy Gerena and British International School Chicago, South Loop’s Director of Counseling Lindsay Kafitz say students should choose a university that is the best fit for them.
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News image The core of education’s future - the-core-of-educations-future Blog | Featured
The core of education’s future
In the age of automation, developing strong values, a sense of purpose and well-being will enable students to succeed in the future, Dubai education expert says.
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News image Curious minds in high demand - curious-minds-in-high-demand Blog | Featured
Curious minds in high demand
Promoting curiosity and exploration is crucial to help achieve more effective problem solving. Schools can play a part in developing these qualities in young people through inquiry-based learning
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News image Leading by example - leading-by-example Blog | Juilliard | Featured | NAE Global Family
Leading by example
Alumni artists from The Juilliard School frequently visit our schools around the world, transforming the connection students have to the performing arts.
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News image What’s the problem? - whats-the-problem Blog | Featured | Global Campus | Global Education | MIT | NAE Global Family
What’s the problem?
Employers want schools to equip students with complex problem-solving and critical thinking skills from a young age to better prepare them for work in the future.
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News image Moving into mobile learning - moving-into-mobile-learning Blog | Featured | Global Campus | Global Education | NAE Global Family
Moving into mobile learning
Education technology is bridging the gap between theory and practice by providing students more engaging, personalised learning experiences, teachers are finding. Increasing and integrating the use of mobile devices at schools can engage students at a deeper level with what they’re learning, San Roberto International School’s IT Director Arturo Dares says.
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News image A Day in Our Early Years - a-day-in-our-early-years Blog | Featured
A Day in Our Early Years
Find out what makes an Early Years education at NAIS Dublin so special. Watch our video 'Welcome to Our Early Years' to see how children ages 3 up to 6 explore and inquire at their own pace, through a play-based, child-led curriculum in our leading-edge facilities.
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News image Step up and take action! Inspiring students to move from awareness to action in their communities - step-up-and-take-action-inspiring-students-to-move-from-awareness-to-action-in-their-communities Blog | Global Campus | Global Education
Step up and take action! Inspiring students to move from awareness to action in their communities
Jefta Timmer was only 10 years old when she moved from her home in the Netherlands to India with her family. While she knew she would be leaving behind her old home, her childhood friends and her favourite foods, she had no idea that she would also be leaving behind her old perspective of the world forever.
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