Upon her arrival to Romania, Jennifer Stevens had no idea that she would spend the next five years building an internationally-recognized journalism program. Her initial plans were to work as a freelance writer while her husband, Luke Scholtes, worked as a chemistry teacher at AISB....
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VR glasses are becoming more and more popular every year. What makes playing games with these glasses different from playing on a phone, computer or console is that it really throws you into the action and you feel your presence inside the game. One of...
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It’s that time of year most of us international students dread: moving season. Some of you might be packing up your life in boxes, while others may be staying behind, watching your friends leave. Either way, next school year might be looking different for you,...
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Student leadership began to take shape at AISB in the summer of 2017 when the Vampires summer camp introduced the concept of student-coaches and leaders into the program. Our students and kids from the local community loved interacting and spending their time with high schoolers who made their summer a blast whilst teaching them many
The year was 2001, and I had just gotten hired at the American International School of Bucharest as a Secondary School Secretary. The school was located in three different rented villas and the Secondary was on Calea Dorobanti, in a very elegant villa which was quite inadequate for the type of school life that we
In these times of such adversity, I would like to share a special piece of writing that I have always found sustaining. It was shared with me in life-changing circumstances, also close to Christmas time. After teacher training in London, I took a volunteer assignment in Ghana to teach in the remote Western Region of