Education, Money and Power | Della Henry | TEDxYouth@EAB
Mar22

Education, Money and Power | Della Henry | TEDxYouth@EAB

In February 2017, Della Henry participated in a student run afternoon of TEDxTalk Youth. She talks about the correlation between education (as continuous learning), money (as the means to sustain education) and the power (individuals ability to make choices to change the world around them). School: American School of Brasilia, Brazil Twitter:...

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EABH – The American School of Belo Horizonte’s 60th Anniversary
Mar07

EABH – The American School of Belo Horizonte’s 60th Anniversary

By:  Roberta Coelho Marketing and Communications Manager EABH – The American School of Belo Horizonte Brazil @eabh A moment to capture, celebrate, and value the school’s history. To celebrate its history, throughout the 2016/2017 school year EABH – The American School of Belo Horizonte – has carried out a series of events that will be remembered for years to come. The project kicked off with the design of the new visual logo,...

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Wireless Classroom
Jan23

Wireless Classroom

Wires, wires, and yet more wires. We all know the struggle of having too many wires and cables on our desks, underneath our desks, behind our desks. The only ones appreciating this kind of environment are spiders and dust bunnies. We have since moved to more wire-free offices, and classrooms, but for the most part, it’s still pretty much a copper jungle down there. Somehow, most of us got used to it. As long as we remember there...

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Teaching The Literacy Process in Preschool: My Impressions
Sep06

Teaching The Literacy Process in Preschool: My Impressions

BY ALECSANDRA MACIEL AMERICAN SCHOOL OF RECIFE When I wrote my graduation thesis at College about phonetics, I had no idea about how useful it would be to me when I started to teach in an international school some years later. I simply chose to write something about Phonology because I had always been fascinated by it. But when I had the opportunity to teach in an international school I finally found out how useful all of it was to...

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Are Two Heads Really Better than One?
Sep06

Are Two Heads Really Better than One?

Launching Co-Teaching By: Bianca Nunes (ELL Teacher, American School of Brasilia) How many times have we heard that “two heads are better than one?” True or not, there is a reason why this proverb is still alive. Co-teaching is now best practice in education and is starting to gain momentum across international schools. At the American School of Brasilia, teachers are working together to solidify and implement co-teach- ing models and...

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