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ES Bahasa Indonesia classes are learning various topics at the different grade levels. K-Gr 1 class is now focusing on building a simple sentence. Students are learning about verbs, and the negation words; ‘Tidak” and ‘Bukan’, and the question word ‘Apakah’. The fourth grade UOI 
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Middle School Physical Education (Pak Purnomo and Pak Suparno)   Our middle school PE classes  have had a different start to the year in order to stay healthy and avoid Covid-19. We meet weekly for online instructions, students enthusiastically complete their exercises at home and 
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Learning is a Team Effort The current educational setting is unusual and uncomfortable for many. We are in a situation that no one has been in before and we are navigating our educational journey together. As a collective of educators, we have our own sadness, 
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Early Childhood students celebrated “International Dot Day“ on September 15 during their Home Based Learning.  International Dot Day is staged to encourage people of all ages to harness their creativity and show how to be a risk taker at the same time. The inspiration behind 
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Middle School French M Putra This is my first newsletter for French Middle School classes 2020-2021. As we all know, the learning system must be an online system as long as the coronavirus pandemic has not been resolved. This is the school’s decision, in conjunction 
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The Great Homework Debate:  One Teacher’s Opinion Why there should NOT be homework (in my opinion) by Ms. Kim This is an old pedagogy argument. Should there or should there not be homework? In my opinion, the ONLY homework that should be assigned is reading. 
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Distance Learning in KG and 1st Grade It is always important to build a sense of community and focus on emotional well-being, but it has become more important with online learning. In K/1st we are doing this by having morning meetings, learning about the ten 
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Middle School Mandarin Mr. Jing Li and Mrs. Zhou Ju In the process of online learning, Chinese courses will still allow students to train their Chinese language skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. There may be some differences in the exercises, but I believe 
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Practicing Gratitude in Times of Turmoil “Look around, look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now!” —Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton: An American Musical Easier said than done Mr. Miranda!  Let’s face it, 2020 has thrown us off our game.  We are living 
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Zoom in to our Grade2-3! “How can we make our Zoom learning fun and effective?”; a group of adaptable, creative and enthusiastic students in grade 2-3 started their learning this year by establishing “Zoom rules” for our class. They realized the importance of being independent 
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