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To my class , I'm glad I was your homeroom teacher I've come to love you so much. I can't believe the end is here. I hate to see you go . Remember all the fun we had in all the things we did , but most of all remember ...... You're a very special kid ❤ Mrs.Mirna Alhamdan
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Dance Unites is part of The Global Classroom, which connects all Nord Anglia Education students from around the world, giving them a unique opportunity to be part of a large collaborative, global learning community. Students from The British International School Budapest called their performance International Heartbeat. The dance represented how we can come together from all four corners of the world to achieve something; that together we can combat bullying. We beat as one heart all striving to achieve the same target. Dance Unites was launched exclusively to all Nord Anglia Education Schools and students had nine weeks to form a dance troop, choose their music, choreograph an original dance, create their own outfits and select a prestigious location within their School's city to perfo...
For the annual AGIS (Association of German International Schools) conference, each member school was asked to create a short video where students would answer the question “What does learning in an international school mean to you?” in their mother tongue.
Part one of three: In this video I tell the minimum requirements for teaching in an International School, and talk about the types on international schools. In the next two videos I will talk about search and recruiting organizations, the timeline for applying for international school jobs, and my tips for getting an international school job.
This is a promotional video for Vienna International School where images and voices of students, parents, staff and the school administration are used to provide an overall picture of school-life.
The ISK project delivers a U.S.-accredited, English language, K-12 college preparatory program to Afghan students and students from the international aid, international business, and diplomatic communities. The ISK achieved full accreditation by the Middle States School Association in 2008. It is one of few co-educational institutions operating in Afghanistan. USAID has supported ISK since 2005, initially with a $9.6 million program of support that ended on December 31, 2010. In August, 2011, under a new follow-on award, more than 300 students were enrolled in ISK, of which 80 percent are Afghan and 38 percent are female.
With its motto "Life in all its fullness", HELP International School, Kuala Lumpur, offers a truly global education experience, integrating Eastern and Western educational philosophies, with an international team of experienced teachers, and a beautiful new green campus. Visit us at http://www.his.edu.my or contact us at +603-7809 7000 / firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In this feature, Farid Davarzani takes us to Tehran’s international school to see how students are adjusted in a new environment when moving from one country to another. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
Paragon Private and International School is established in 2014. In 2017, the school will be completed with a purpose-built campus conveniently located in Plentong. The aim of the school is to mould leaders for tomorrow, as well as nurture and develop every student in body, mind and spirit with leadership skills useful for the advancement of the society. The campus houses both Paragon Private and International School, offering classes in the Primary and Secondary levels. In January 2017, the school will commence the Primary and Secondary classes for both the National Curriculum and Cambridge IGCSE. The school complex is equipped with modern facilities such as swimming pool, sport centre, auditorium, roof top garden, interactive resources, lifestyle library, etc supported by a strong facu...
The British Vietnamese International School is designed for students as young as 6 months old in fundinotots, through primary into secondary where students go on to do A levels and leave when they are 18. It’s a dual language school designed for students who want a British style education following the British national curriculum. But still retaining the Vietnamese language and understanding of Vietnamese culture and heritage