Fear is part of life...

In the first Learning in Action issue, we talked about what we learned in the past months and what it means to us. On the second issue, facing the unpredictable gave us a new superpower: Adaptability. This time, we will talk about Fear. For many of us, the feeling of fear is a barrier that keeps us from moving forward. For others, fear is seen as an opportunity to thrive. One thing is for sure: All of us have experienced fear at all stages of our life - and it is ok to be afraid! New Stories are published weekly via this platform.

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In a time of anxiety, fear, and plenty of bad news, the Kindergarten class decided to focus on the good news.

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While the role of Head Nurse continues to be unarguably essential at ISB, in March 2020 Kristina Kring saw her job change overnight.

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Have you ever received the results of a set of blood tests and tried to understand all the data? Which numbers are critical? Should you worry if a number is out of the ‘normal’ range?

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The ISB Annual Report 2019-20 celebrates this most unusual of years and acknowledges the contribution of so many to another chapter of life and learning across the school.

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How can our fears empower us to do better? Our Middle School Theatre Teacher, Carl, shares how transforming the perspective of Fear & Nervous Energy into adrenaline helps his students on stage.

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One of the most fulfilling experiences for a parent is seeing their child create a positive impact on the world outside of school. For some students, becoming an active member of their community is a learning process that requires them to overcome their own fears, doubts and preconceptions of society.

High School Students Belgium

In this story, we asked Aisha and Zacharias, our Seniors, to share their fears throughout their learning journey at ISB.

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Christina Makarona, High School Lab technician, talks about how she and the teachers guide students through their anxiety and stress while conducting experiments.

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In this podcast, an ISB alumnus and a current ISB High School student have an open and honest conversation about what fear means to them, in what forms they have experienced it/are experiencing it in their lives, and how best they have learned to overcome it.

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