Tricia Apel (elementary/high school math) explores the meaningful use of technology in learning and details, along with Tracey Reed (elementary school instructional technology), how they use an app called EDpuzzle to help students understand math. Continue reading
Mariko Yokosuka and Kyoko Takano (Japan Center Co-Directors) reflect on the visit of ASIJ alumnus Peter Grilli ’59, producer of the award-winning documentary “Paper Lanterns.” Peter was joined by director Barry Frechette and music composer Chad Cannon.
The Middle and High School welcomed two special guests on the week of November 15. Matt Dickinson, filmmaker, writer and adventurer, spoke with students on key points in his career and life, including his summit of Mount Everest while author Ruth Eastham conducted several writing workshops in the middle school. Continue reading
Carole Nickle (middle school associate principal) reflects on the middle school’s Mix-It-Up Day, a full day designated to out-of-class activities and engaging students with unique learning experiences. Continue reading
Kaitlyn Wu (Grade 10) reflects on the Tohoku Virtual English Class’ (TVEC) October 13-15 trip to Iwate, where they met with and taught their students in person. Continue reading