‘Compass in the Classroom’ Workshops at KIS International School (KIS)

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by Compass Team

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Twenty-two teachers of KIS International School (KIS), Bangkok, Thailand who are responsible for PYP and MYP level classes and three administrators participated in an afternoon workshop to learn about the Compass and how it can be used for bringing the concept of sustainability into their own classrooms. This workshop let teachers experience, through several hands-on exercises and games, how the Compass could be used in their classroom lessons to help broaden their students’ perspectives on any topic and help them make linkages between different global issues.

‘Compass in the Classroom’ workshop at KIS


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