Welcome to our Remote Learning pages for the Diploma Programme.
On March 16, we closed our school temporarily and moved all teaching and learning online in accordance with a Danish government request concerning measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus/COVID-19. On April 20, our Kindergartens and PYP1-5 classes reopened again and on May 18 we welcomed our MYP 1 and 2 students back to school. MYP 3-5 students will return to school on May 25.
Remote learning continues for our DP students until further notice. Although our school is closed temporarily for DP, the learning at ISH will continue to take place as teachers and staff engage our students with learning experiences that continue the planned learning programme and that help students stay in touch with each other and their teachers.
You can find more information in the Remote Learning in DP page.
- Schooling is always a partnership. In an online remote learning environment this partnership becomes the champion of learning.
- Over the course of this remote learning time period, our faculty will partner with parents to engage students in experiences that stretch their understanding and expand how they approach new learning.
- Teachers will continue to carry forward their instrumental role in guiding, supporting, and challenging students to take on new responsibilities and to become excited about new learning. Our families will have options and sources for flexibility that will give them choice and ownership as the remote learning experience progresses. Teachers will communicate with parents through Managebac and will use Seesaw, along with other online subscriptions, to engage students in rich learning tasks.
A continuity of learning plan or education continuity plan for emergency learning and teaching is slightly different. It is focused on the transitions of students from one type of learning to another as their learning context rapidly changes. Continuity of learning plans do not only involve the technologies the school will use to continue teaching, but also considers how the students will return to campus after the emergency ends.
-Online learning, teaching and education continuity planning for schools, IB, March 2020
In extreme circumstances like an impromptu closure, it’s tempting for teachers to upload worksheets for students to complete and return. But online learning during a closure – especially during extended closures – should be at least as engaging as the classroom experience (if not more) or students will suffer.
-International Society for Technology in Education
Remote Learning Newsletter
Our weekly remote learning newsletter celebrates the learning that takes place across our different programs and departments during the school closure. Click here to read the latest edition!
If you need help with your remote learning technology, please visit our Tech Support’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. I you still need advice from our Tech Support after reading through all of the FAQs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide as much information as possible. You are also welcome to call 50 19 03 26 for Tech Support on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 – 11:00.