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Instituto Thomas Jefferson

Instituto Thomas Jefferson, México

Spring-Summer 2021

A Reflection & A Farewell
Letter from Dr. Sonia Keller

PAUL G. ORR RECIPIENT 2020-2021
Dr. Robin Heslip

NEED TO KNOW
Annual Educators' Conference 2021

WE ARE PROUD

  • 5 Time HACIA Democracy Champions by Jackie Kruger, Secondary Principal American Nicaraguan School
  • Shoutout to Colegio Decroly Americano Students!
  • A Warm Welcome (Despite the Distance): Courage in Onboarding New Expat Faculty during the Pandemic, by Tracy Berry-Lazo, Deputy Director of the American School of Guatemala

How Embracing Uncertainty Drove Innovation, Creativity & Learning

  • Reflection on the NGSS Partnership by John Mark Filcik, Britta McCarthy, and Heather Rich.
  • Windows Of Opportunity, by Jackie Kruger
  • The Courage Effect: Thriving in Critical Moments, by Dr. Ginger Carlson, Director of Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning at the American School of Guatemala
  • Amplifying Students' and Teachers' Voices in Virtual Learning, by Shannon Hickey, PYP Coordinator, Puebla American School Foundation
  • Adventures in Courage: Implementing AP Capstone in the Midst of a Pandemic by Laura Salichs Rodriguez, Social Studies Department Chair and AP Capstone Faculty, American Guatemalan School


STuDENT VOICES

  • Video: How Do You Measure a Year? by Mariana Delgado, 11th grade ANS Student


LEARNING COMMUNITIES

  • Student Engagement - What a Conundrum!, by Joe Stanzione, Elementary Principal and Campus Director, American School Foundation of Monterrey
  • One Size Does Not Fit All: Making PD Matter in 2021, by Shannon Croston and Jeff Richardson, Fundación Liceo Inglés, Pereira, Colombia
  • The Journey Towards Better Bilingual Education, by Samantha Olson-Wyman & Maura Herrera, PK-12th Grade Dual Language Liaisons & Instructional Coaches, American School of Guatemala
  • “The Global Goals Project”, by Sandra Gerez, Social Responsibility Coordinator, Puebla American School Foundation
  • The Handbook to a Successful School During a Pandemic, by Jessica Schultz B.A, M.Ed., Middle School Principal, San Roberto International School in Monterrey, Mexico
  • COVID and Our Community's Growth
  • by Charlotte Duchanaud & Victoria Hammond, International School of Sosúa
  • Featured Thought Leader: An Invitation from Will Richardson

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