Learning in Action provides authentic windows into life and learning at ISB, as we continue to learn, adapt, and thrive together. Every month a new theme unleashes learning stories shared by different members of the ISB community.
How have members of the ISB Community become more adaptive and innovative in the face of Covid-19?
This is the second edition of Learning in Action - a celebration of the creativity and strength of members of our community to continue embracing the unpredictable despite challenging circumstances.
New stories will be included in this publication weekly, until the end of this learning cycle as we continue our journey and Return to better.
12 Lessons from Leadership in a Year to Forget
There is no doubt that, for many of us, we will remember this year as one to forget. This opinion article shared by The Brussels Times was written by David Willows, Director of Advancement at ISB.
Embracing The Unpredictable - isb arts tv
We see the power of this media not only as a temporary alternative to concerts, vernissages, and theatre productions, but rather as an avenue to open a world of possibilities to collaborate, create, and to introduce our students to the future of Arts learning and exploration.
New Measures to Fight Covid-19 on Campus
With the announcement of stricter government guidelines and the release of new findings on the spread of Covid-19, a significant amount of research and strategic planning took place in preparation for the reopening of campus.
A Letter to ISB
Jasper, Middle School Student, wrote a letter to ISB with his reflection on 2020 and hopes for the following year. "What I'm looking forward to the most in 2021 is to be able to play sports in person and to meet up with multiple friends again."
What Are You Thankful For This Year?
We asked ISB students, Faculty & Staff members what they were grateful for this year, hoping that they can inspire you and your loved ones.
How Are Parents Adapting and supporting their children during Continuous Learning?
Four ISB Parents share how they’ve seen their children grow and adapt to new ways of learning.
In this story, Ms. Ruxandra Filip and her Grade 1 students welcomed us to watch how they rethink their surroundings during their Forest Math class.
Openness: A grade 6 Student Perspective
While there are many ways of defining what adaptability is, we invited one of our Grade 6 students at ISB to share his perspective on Openness and talk about how this new life skill has impacted his life and learning.