TEACHER TALKS

Teacher Talks: Rhythm, Language, and the Body

By Joshua Smith, Music Teacher

A renowned music educator named Emile Jacques-Dalcroze once walked in to a classroom in a poor section of Mainz, Germany. The students were young, unskilled, and …

Posted by steven on Thursday June 8
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Keystone Makes Strides at Model UN

By Arthur Klatt, Secondary School Humanities Teacher


Over nine hundred student delegates from around the world attended the Model United Nations conference at ISB Beijing from 3 to 5 March. Model UN …

Posted by steven on Monday March 13
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The Art of Teaching and Learning in a Boarding School

A Dean of Faculty’s Perspective By David Beare

The Keystone way of learning continues beyond the classroom, and extends into one of its fundamental cores – the residential program. It is one of the …

Posted by steven on Wednesday October 19, 2016
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Easing Children into a New School Year

By Huang Shasha

Counselor and Co-director of the Centre for Language, Learning and Enrichment

It has been a while since the start of the school year. Most children gradually get acclimatized – they …

Posted by steven on Thursday September 8, 2016
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Story Through Podcast: An Audible Art

By Chelsea Prehn, Middle and High School English Acquisition Teacher

A cacophony of clinking spoons, rustling plastic and slurping mouths filled the room, as an air of slight confusion settled over…

Posted by steven on Thursday May 19, 2016 at 12:00PM
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Make the Most of Your Child's Summer: Ten Things to Keep in Mind

By Dr. Maureen McCoy, Head of Middle School

Summer is celebrated in song as the time for laziness, fun in the sun, and general relaxation. But for our Keystone students, and for most of the students …

Posted by steven on Thursday April 14, 2016 at 12:00PM
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Space, Face, Place: Becoming a Keystone Boarder

Dorm proctors (above) are student representatives in Keystone residences

 

By Juli James, Director of Residential Life and Global and Service Initiatives

The notion of developing character …

Posted by steven on Thursday March 17, 2016 at 12:00PM
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Leadership Is Not In A Title

By Audrey Moh, Middle and High School English Teacher

“Nothing will work unless you do.”

– Maya Angelou

When I first came to Keystone, I had told the then Dean of Students, …

Posted by steven on Thursday January 28, 2016 at 01:00PM
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Grade 3 Gets Electrifying

If there is any subject that can get students energized, it is probably anything to do with electricity. Students from grade 3 concluded an IPC unit called Bright Sparks focused on this topic. Reada …

Posted by steven on Wednesday December 16, 2015 at 01:00PM
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Parenting a Teenager 101

By Catherine Powell, Learning Support Specialist

All children are different; they learn in different styles and different rates. Their brains are still developing, and will still be till their early …

Posted by steven on Friday December 11, 2015 at 01:00PM
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