At SIS we encourage teachers to stop lecturing but rather have students do most of the talking. Dialogic teaching can be particularly beneficial in helping students to develop core skills of:listening and responding to othersforming questionsexploring and evaluating ideasreasoning and justifying opinionsHere are some second graders discussing about how they would like to continue protecting Mother Earth during the year.
From a young age, students at SIS are provided with sufficient time to put ideas into action! We vie […]
At SIS, our community is considered part of the school curriculum. In kindergarten, we often go for […]
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