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While enrolled at THINK Global School, students are encouraged to be creative during the course of their studies and travels. When the students document these thoughts, we are often delighted with the results. In the following exercise for Guillermo Machado's mathematics class, ninth graders Danielle and Galek document their work in trying to determine how much money a Japanese claw machine requires before resulting in a win. Today, apart from...

In using the countries and cultures we travel through as our place-based educational model, we have read, studied, imitated, been inspired by, and even met writers from around the world. For some, writing and reading have always been a part of their lives, while for others, writing creatively has been a way to step outside of their comfort zones and challenge themselves. Additionally, for half the class English is not...

    Recent THINK Global School graduate Yada Pruksachatkun can add another feat to her growing list of accomplishments: as of June 10th, she can now refer to herself as a published author. That's because Yada is one is of a handful of boarding school students to have a chapter published in Justin Muchnick's new book, The Boarding School Survival Guide. In the book, Muchnick (a boarding student himself), Yada...

Sharing and reflecting on our cultural and creative experiences is a core part of the TGS experience, and like all pursuits, this is something that typically gets better with practice. To facilitate their reflections, all students at THINK Global School are enrolled in NewMedia Lab beginning in grade 9. Beyond simply teaching our students how to visually and sonically reflect, NewMedia Lab provides a forum for them to process their...

While enrolled at THINK Global School, students are encouraged to be creative during the course of their studies and travels. When the students document these thoughts, we are often delighted with the results. In "Falling Objects," ninth graders Kiana F. and Glai T. share the results of their experiments with velocity. The research was originally conducted as an exercise for Guillermo Machado's mathematics class. Falling Down, Down, Down   There...

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