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“Greatest discoveries and improvements invariably involve the cooperation of many minds”
Alexander Graham Bell
About International Understanding and International Mindedness
Becoming empathetic, internationally-minded, and aware of the diversity of cultures and points of view that the world entails cannot be reached only through a structured curricula.
Along with the United Nations, ISA inspires projects from UN special dates to commemorate them in more than a single date by giving children voice and choice; joining a project means giving them the chance to be, the chance to give and receive, the opportunity to experience the world despite all barriers and, as a result, we’ll have young adults that have learned to understand that the world trascends their community and own traditions.
Get involved in our joint projects, and help us promote “that leading is not doing what I think/want, but understanding what the others need.”
ISA PEN PAL PROGRAM
ISA has begun world-wide pen-pal connections for teachers and students aged 5-18! Get involved and interact with people from all over the world and enhance your cultural experience.
Inscriptions: until September 15th 2021
Beginning of interactions: October 1st
With an amazing attitude!
The first UN Jazz Day encounter for two days between Turkey (Istambul Internatonal School), Colombia (Hypatia) and Spain (Agora Lledó) with students from all age ranges.
UN WORLD HEALTH DAY
We also celebrated the UN World Health Day with an ongoing project between Colombia (Hypatia), Argentina (Saint Catherine’s Moorlands) and Mexico (Colegio Necalí) and our 12-14 year-old kids.
UN WOMEN'S DAY
A time to reflect with representers from Turkey, Spain and Mexico on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women, who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities,
ISA POETRY CONTEST
ISA held its first Poetry Contest with students from middle and high school in Colombia (Hypatia), Argentina (Saint Catherine’s Moorlands), Mexico (Colegio Necali and Lakeside School) and Turkey (Istambul International School).
The winner was Jana Sufyan, form Istanbul International School, with a beautiful poem titled The man went to the store