Qingdao MYP

Nov
13

Find Your Mountain | 寻找你的山峰

Teachers are more than just individuals who instruct others about a particular subject; they are people who change lives and inspire to do great things. Educators can ignite a fire of interest in a particular field of study, they can encourage a talent and help craft it or they can simply just be the reinforcement […]

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Oct
10

Interactive Book Review Project

My English B students in 7th-10th grade have begun a book review project and are joining with Mr. Rafael’s 6th grade and the library to develop a wall of book reviews for all students to use and contribute to.  As students complete a book and write a review, it will be added to our blog […]

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Sep
27

Something to Protest About: the Power of Art to Change the World.

In MYP 4&5 English Language and Literature students are engaged in an interdisciplinary unit, “Something to Protest About: the Power of Art to Change the World.” Students are examining the power of protest music and visual art during the Civil Rights movement in the United States in the 1960s in Language and Literature, The Humanities […]

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May
10

QAIS Advisory: A forum to design and experience learning

Last year, as we reflected on our teaching and learning practices, we identified that it was important for our community to articulate the dialogue teachers and students had about the way they learn best. We also identified that we needed to find different means to support students in developing the confidence to speak about what […]

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Mar
27

Students Taking the Lead

Recently, MYP and DP students have been meeting to come up with ways to make positive changes to QAIS and the Qingdao community. Students are now creating Ambassador groups in hopes of leading the way in community service, school activities, art, and sports programs, along with many more. Students will hone their leadership and communication […]

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Dec
05

Secondary Sharing Meeting – 中学部的分享会

文章如下: Secondary students had their first sharing meeting of the school year this past Friday. 11th grade student Shirley was awarded her certificate for completion of her MYP Personal Project, an important capstone project to the MYP and the first awarded in our school history. The Student Council shared some initiatives to increase school spirit. […]

By Jon Springer | Secondary Sharing
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Nov
21

Montessori Model United Nations General Assembly

文章如下: Students from grades 7 through 10 have had a course this year for Montessori Model United Nations. For some students, this course will culminate in participating in a General Assembly event in Rome, Italy (interested parents should attend the meeting this Wednesday at 2:30pm). On Friday, all 34 students had theif first practice run […]

By Jon Springer | MMUN
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Nov
08

Reflections on the Global Issues Conference at Western Academy of Beijing

Fourteen students from grades 9 to 12 enjoyed our school trip to the Global Issues Conference at the Western Academy of Beijing (WAB). From the keynote speech by the world famous Jane Goodall to engagement with some of the more than 60 student-led service and action organizations at Western Academy of Beijing, our students were […]

By Jon Springer | Service as Action
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Nov
06

International Schools Theatre Association Festival in Shanghai 上海国际学校戏剧协会节(ISTA)

文章如下: by Lauren Borodenko, Drama and Music “What is the cost of excellence?”  This question, provoking deep thinking about the impact of growth and the pursuit of excellence was the starting point for the ISTA middle school drama trip to Shanghai. Hosted by the American International School Pudong campus, 10 QAIS students from grades 6, […]

By Jon Springer | Arts
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Nov
06

Local Doctors Without Borders Volunteer Shares Experiences with Students 在青岛生活的无国界医生与学生交流

文章如下: All secondary students were privileged to have Dr. Hannah La come speak to us about her experiences volunteering for Doctors Without Borders in South Sudan, Pakistan and Nigeria. Student imaginations reflected as Dr. La spoke calmly about sleeping in 50 degrees Celsius with no air conditioning while nearby there is gunfire and bombings. Dr. […]

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