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By teaming up with the University of Technology Sydney, the European International School has found its own unique formula to help students move from high school to university.
With the ASEAN economic community now in full flow, English has become more important than ever
1st and 2nd floor, Somerset Vista, 628C Hanoi Highway, An Phu, Q2, Tel: (08) 6287 0804
Following an international curriculum for children aged 18 months to six years, in the early years, an Inquire-Think-Learn approach is followed, inspired by the Reggio Emilia Project of Northern Italy. It is a play-based, inquiry model in which children co-construct their learning in close, respectful collaboration with their teachers. This helps us provide an environment where children take responsibility for their own learning, allowing them a head start in life.
Horizon International Bilingual School is a “private, prestigious school” with campuses in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
United Nations International School is expanding its already successful English as an Additional Language (EAL) programme with the Middle School Immersion Programme for the 2014 to 2015 school year.
The most important fundraising event of the ABC International School year is back this Apr. 5, and will try to outdo the more than VND204 million raised for Operation Smile, The Loreto Foundation, Village of Hope, Kids with Cancer, Saigon Childrens’ Charity and Wildlife at Risk last year.
For US Children’s Poet Laureate Kenn Nesbitt, waking up at 7am for a day of work means something much different now than it did a decade ago. A former computer software developer, Kenn doesn’t set his alarm for a day inside a cubicle any more. Instead, the morning routine is now in preparation for a different kind of job that he calls “demanding, but entirely rewarding” — helping kids learn to love writing.
Vietnam’s International Baccalaureate options just got a bit more competitive with the emergence of Marlborough College Malaysia, open under two years and growing at an exponential rate.
Pre-verbal children learn through everything they come in contact with — through the smells of the world, its sounds, its vibrations.