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Episode 12: Global Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution

As you scan the globe, what catches your attention the most? What are the highlights of a career dedicated to conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and social entrepreneurship? 171 more words


Peace is the key

Last week, I asked my advisory if they wanted to participate in a global project — a school in Japan is trying to get students in every country around the world to make paper cranes. 428 more words



Young Protégé Leadership Foundation is a not for profit organization that educate, mentor and empower children and young people on leadership and active participation in their local community for socioeconomic growth and development in Africa. 178 more words

Overcoming barriers as a non-Chinese speaking student in a local school

Shanaya Kumar @ Discovery College // St. Stephen’s Girls’ College

This month, Shanaya reached out to Kids4Kids in hopes of sharing her personal short film with the non-Chinese speaking students that the organization works with. 309 more words


Sorghum Success

It’s been an amazing surprise to discover that the Sorghum seeds that germinated at Brambleside school have successfully grown into healthy mature Sorghum plants bearing large seed heads! 75 more words

Science In School

Where Are You From?

An excerpt from my journal with some thoughts on culture, identity, and rootlessness in a big world.

Where are you from? 

Another voice asks innocently, not knowing the internal turmoil I face every time this question is asked. 1,067 more words


Learning in Action: Creating Stop-Motion Claymation Using the IB Design Cycle

In Design Technology III cadets are learning how to create claymation film in the logical workflow of the I.B. Design Cycle in order to complete assigned tasks and projects. 108 more words

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