On-going Professional Development

On-going professional development through the Learning First Wednesday (LFW) session for the 2009-2010 academic year began on September 2, 2009. LFW sessions at Wells International School are special occasions allocated for teachers to come together and learn about improving teaching practices (mini workshops).  The topic discussed at the session was […]

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Kindergarten Assemblies (09/09)

Occupation Assembly (K2 & K3) Ms. Juhi & Mr. Parker ‘\ K2 and K3 enjoyed learning about occupations and dressing up as what they would like to be when they grow up for the “Occupation Assembly”.  The children were very interested to hear about jobs from guest-speaker parents and friends.  […]

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Fast ForWord workshop for Parents

Parents who like to learn more about Fast ForWord and the neuroscientific principles behind it are invited for an interactive workshop on Thursday, September 3, 2009 at 6:00 pm, at Wells International School, Thong Lor campus, situated in Sukhumvit Soi 51. See you there!

Formative Assessment of Student Learning

To ensure that students learn what is taught effectively, teachers at Wells International School often start classes by assessing learners’ prior knowledge. This is important because when new learning is connected to old knowledge, learning become fun, meaningful and permanent. Inter-neural connectivity in the brain  is enhanced when students are […]

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Celebrating Teaching & Learning

At Wells International School, teachers are dedicated to providing happy, engaging, and meaningful learning experiences to students. This is seen both inside and outside of the classroom. Teachers believe that every child has the potential to learn and become a good citizen. They also believe that every child can and does achieve when he/she is supported with appropriate academic and social-emotional interventions. One of the most unique features of the school is that teachers focus on students’ strengths instead of managing weaknesses/lack/deficits. This is in-line with research findings in positive psychology. When students become aware of and capitalize on their strengths, they succeed and their initial success leads to more successes. Here are some of the evidences of these…