Die Westliche Internationale Schule von Shanghai (WISS)

Die Western International School of Shanghai (WISS) ist eine zukunftsorientierte Schule, die seit 2006 junge Menschen aus der ganzen Welt inspiriert. Unsere vielfältige und mitfühlende Gemeinschaft ist einzigartig und bietet die ideale Umgebung für Studenten, um ihre Leidenschaften zu erkunden, sich ganzheitlich zu entwickeln und erfolgreich zu sein.

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Find out more about internal assessments and how they work in the context of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.

Exploring Internal Assessments

Find out more about internal assessments and how they work in the context of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme. Life for students at the Western International School of Shanghai who are part of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is about to get busy. What students undergo academically demands …

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Learning Beyond the Classroom

How activity-based inquiry helps students explore social interactions with people and the natural world in a safe and enjoyable environment. Activity-based inquiry is foundational to students’ academic, social, physical, and emotional development. Through hands-on, inquiry-based learning, students develop their knowledge of the world, communication, critical thinking, and self-management skills. Activity-based …

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Critical Thinking, Creativity and Research Produce Great Results at WISS G10 Personal Project Exhibition

Inquiry, action, and reflection best describes the work of WISS Grade 10 students as they spent the last few months preparing for their Personal Project Exhibitions. The exhibition offers a platform for our IB Middle Years Programme students to showcase the skills and knowledge gained as part of the programme.    …

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