La eliminación de los combustibles fósiles

Por Jordi Michael Arean Strachan y José Miguel Reyes del Campillo Durante las últimas décadas ha surgido un movimiento global que busca deshacerse de los combustibles que usamos día a día. Desde el incremento a la conciencia social sobre el maltrato de nuestro planeta se ha creado la idea del “individuo sustentable”. Es decir, alguien que busca reducir su propio impacto ambiental de manera constante. Por ejemplo, al manejar un coche eléctrico o híbrido, usar […]

Convivir, compartir y disfrutar

Por Alejandra Palacios. Profesora de Grade 1, Primaria. Un aspecto fundamental en nuestra vida es la relación con los demás, por eso en cada actividad que realizamos en G1, buscamos llevar a cabo experiencias de aprendizaje que faciliten y promuevan la convivencia así como el desarrollo de distintas habilidades. Promover la participación de estudiantes y padres de familia de nuestra comunidad brinda la oportunidad de compartir conocimientos y experiencias previas, a través de actividades de […]

FULCRUM 30 – Convocatoria

Dear members of the Lancaster Community, The FULCRUM Committee would like to invite you to collaborate in the next edition of the school’s magazine. The subject we’re focusing on this time is Resiliency and the challenges of change. 2020 has undoubtedly been an unusual and challenging year for the whole world and we are only starting to grasp the scope of what is happening. The future holds many questions but we’re convinced that humanity can learn from this […]

Reflection

“We do not learn from experience… We learn from reflecting on experience.” John Dewey Last Friday, all Lancaster staff participated in our first Professional Development day of this school year. These days are important for us as they allow us time to engage in professional dialogue; to focus on our learning and growth as professionals and this, in turn, has a positive impact on student learning (we hope). This plays a crucial role in ensuring […]

The importance of dialogue

“In true dialogue, both sides are willing to change.” Thich Nhat Hanh I will admit that this week, I was struggling to find inspiration for my weekly Newsletter musings. Then, the first presidential debate took place in the USA whilst, coincidentally, I was preparing a presentation for teachers that includes the theme of professional dialogue. I doubt many would describe that particular debate as «inspirational» – but it certainly made me think about the topic […]

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