AISB’s very first Human Rights Week will start next Monday, March 30th. This week-long event is going to be hosted online and will help the AISB community understand, appreciate, and celebrate human rights all around the world, including Romania. Originally scheduled to take place at school, the event organizers (members of Amnesty International service group)
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Call us nerds, but we think the absolute best way to spend an afternoon is reading. And during this time of uncertainty and the 24-hour news cycle, it’s important to find books and short stories that make us happy–and ideally, transport us to a different world (one without COVID-19!). We’ve put together a list of
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Can you believe we’ve only been distance-learning for three days?? Feels much longer. In an attempt to connect our community during the next five weeks, The Bite staff will be putting together a variety of news stories about what our students and teachers are up to, as well as vlogs and podcasts to document this
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Grade 2 students have been inquiring into how communities use different systems of measurements and how these help them meet their needs. The children were given the opportunity to create questions that were related to measurement. They interviewed people from around the school and found many connections between measurement and people’s jobs.
You may have heard about the Circle of Security program, which is being run by the AISB counselors, and wondered why we are focusing on learning about secure relationships, and what is attachment theory. Attachment theory was first described by John Bowlby in the 1950s as a deep and enduring emotional bond that connects one
“To be honest with you I thought this was going to be one of those boring events that we have to attend just to be polite. Instead I witnessed an extraordinary event full of passion from both teachers and students. Not often (or never?) do you see 15 or 16 years old kids with everything