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Monday, January 27, 2020
For the first time, most students from across the school have been able to collectively read and discuss the books on the Neev Book Award shortlist this year. Introduced with the aim of allowing the students to better engage with the titles on the list, every class and section...
The unintended consequences of our actions are often of greater interest to those who comment on human affairs. It gives them the innocent pleasure of observing and saying with the wisdom of hindsight, "Here you miss, or there exceed the mark". But there must, perforce, be those who act in...
Kristen Pelletier is an independent educational consultant, coach, co-creator and teacher trainer driven by a mission of supporting exemplary inclusive cultures and practices in international schools. Her company, Redefining Access, is based in Brussels following 19 years at the International School of Brussels where she was most recently the...

Walls of wonder

Grade 1 children integrated their current unit of inquiry ”How the world works” with the central idea 'Materials consist of matter that can be manipulated and changed for a purpose'. The related concepts for this unit were - Properties, Manipulation and Transformation, which was clearly evident when they observed...
“Collaboration allows teachers to capture each other’s fund of collective intelligence” - Mike Schmoker On March 9th, Neev Academy hosted its second SAIBSA PYP Job Alike event, which captured the essence of the enhanced PYP - to build agency. Based on the curiosity around “Agency’, we decided to organize the sessions...
Have you already learned a foreign language and wondering why you are not fluent enough? Believe me, you are not alone. This is one of the most common problems that foreign language enthusiasts face. But we need to remember, when there is a problem, there is a solution. Here are...

My learning, my way

“One size fits all” – funny isn’t it? Well certainly doesn’t work with our kids at the North Campus. This approach to education does not support the diverse needs of all our learners and learning centers can be a great first step to personalize learning for students. In our classroom, students come...
The theater team is very excited to present this year’s Neevotsav. As always, this year’s event is also spread across three days from the 26th to 28th of Feb ‘19. On day one, children of grade one will present to you a unique tale showcasing their unit of inquiry...
“Inclusion is not a strategy to help people fit into the systems and structure which exist in our societies; it is about transforming those systems and structures to make it better for everyone. Inclusion is about creating a better world for everyone.” Kristen Pelletier is an independent educational consultant, coach,...
Ever thought of books as being mirrors, windows or sliding doors? Rasil Ahuja, (Author of ‘Watcha Gonna Do, Rosie Singh?’) spoke to Grade 5 about the magic of books and her personal reading and writing journey through the years. She started her talk with a quote - “Readers need...