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البـدء بقبـول طلبـات الدخول الخاصـة بصفوف الروضـة الأولـى بفرعيهـا الفرنسي والإنكليـزي للعـام الدراسـي 2016 - 2017 وذلك للأولاد مواليـد العـام 2013

Preschoolers’ Donation to Lebanese Red Cross - Preschool

5 February 2016

 

 

Special thanks to parents who are encouraging their kids to donate and help Red Cross teams in providing victims with effective and better quality services that are appropriate to their needs.

Thank you dear parents for your generosity

Biology Lab Reflection - High School

5 February 2016

 

 

Every Thursday, we, the tenth graders, experiment enzymes under different conditions which helps us understand the methods of which our digestive system relies on. Following the meticulous procedures and impatiently waiting to uncover the outcome of our experiments were a splendid experience, especially after the evolution of reagents’ colors when digestion is positive. Step by step, we have come to a conclusion where the enzymes in our body require a specific pH, temperature, and substrate in order to digest and function normally, in addition to the fact that chemical enzymes work on conditions diverse to natural ones.
 

Jana Abou Orom

Grade 11 Bake Sale in Preschool - Preschool

5 February 2016

 

 

إحتفال بذكرى مولد رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم - Elementary School

13 January 2016

 

 

هلّ علينا شهر ربيع الأول، هذا الشّهر المبارك الّذي ولد فيه "محمّد صلّى الله عليه وسلّم" خير البشر أجمعين وفخر المرسلين بمكّة المكرّمة فاستنارت الدّنيا بنور طلعته وأشرقت الأرض حتّى انقشعت الظّلمات المتراكمة على هذا العالم، وسيظلّ يشرق بنوره على الكون ويرشد بهداه الحائرين إلى أن يرث الله الأرض ومن عليها.
وإحياء لهذه الذّكرى العطرة قام تلاميذ القسم الإبتدائي بعدّة أنشطة خاصّة بالمناسبة اختتمت باحتفال عبّر المتعلّمون من خلال فقراته عن مدى حبهم للمصطفى الحبيب محمّد صلّى الله عليه وسلّم والإقتداء بسنّته والتّحلي بأخلاقه والتّأدب بآدابه في جوّ مفعم بالبهجة والسّرور.
أعاده الله علينا وعلى الأمّة الإسلاميّة بالخير واليمن والبركات.
قسم التّربية الدّينية (القسم الإبتدائي)

إحتفال بذكرى مولد رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم - Preschool

22 December 2015

 

 

متعلمو القسم الإبتدائي يحتفلون بذكرى المولد النبوي الشريف

Elementary School

22 December 2015

 

 

زيارة ميدانية - Preschool

21 December 2015

 

 

خلال العمل على محور "كيف ننظم أنفسنا" حيث كانت الفكرة المركزيّة "في المجتمع يتشارك الناس الروتين ويطبّقونه لتسهيل معيشتهم". قام متعلّمو صف الروضة الأولى بفرعيه الفرنسي والانكليزي بزيارة ميدانيّة لمكتبة بلديّة صيدا، حيث أظهروا اكتسابهم لمفهوم الروتين الذي يعتبر من الأمور الأساسيّة لتنظيم حياة الناس وتسهيل طرق معيشتهم.
معلمة الصف – صبحية متبولي

Three-Way Conference - Elementary School

19 December 2015

 

 

Developing healthy relationships - Preschool

12 December 2015

 

 

“Early childhood is when children begin developing their social and emotional skills which influence children’s mental health and wellbeing, now and in the future. Children learn these skills through their important relationships including families, caregivers, peers and early childhood staff”. (Kids Matter Early Childhood)

Throughout our first unit of inquiry under the theme “Who we are”, KG2 learners were engaged in different learning experiences at school, their home and the nursing home to build their understanding around the central idea “People develop relationships that impact their lives”.

To drive the inquiry, we triggered our learners’ curiosity and thinking by asking conceptual questions about the relationships they have, how they can develop new relationships, and how do they think about relationships. After we pointed out tensions, we put our learners in authentic situations such as making a tour in our school community to meet new people, helping their family members at home, and visiting a nursing home to nurture relationship-building and develop their social, communication and self-management skills. Hence, they have learned to share, take turns, resolve conflicts, and feel the joy of friendship. >>>MORE

Miss Rawan Khalifeh and Mrs Nisrine Hariri
Kg II “B” teachers

...نقرأ... نفكّر... نبدع - Elementary School

9 December 2015

 

 

خلال العمل على محور "من نحن"، حيث كانت الفكرة المركزيّة " يتشارك النّاس حول العالم الحقوق والمسؤوليّات بهدف الحصول على فرص متكافئة". قام متعلّمو الصّفّ الثّالث الأساسي بتحديد الأسباب الّتي دفعت شخصيّة القصّة (الطّفلة مها) إلى العمل في الشَارع، ونقدها مستخدمين استراتيجيّة القبّعات السّت وهي القبّعة السّوداء (قبّعة التّفكير الناقد)، مظهرين فهمهم لما قرأوه من خلال معرفتهم للمعلومات التي اكتسبوها عن الحقوق. بعد ذلك، بدأوا بتوسيع أفكارهم بطريقة ابداعيّة بهدف وضع نهاية جديدة لهذه القصّة من خلال استخدامهم القبّعة الخضراء (قّبعة التّفكير الإبداعي)، مدركين أنّ الكلمات التي قاموا باختيارها ستمكّنهم من مشاركة المجموعات الأخرى أفكارهم وتخيّلاتهم.
لينا جمعة - معلمة الصّفّ الثالث الأساسي

International Baccalaureate Professional Development: Attending and Presenting Internationally - School Activities

7 December 2015

 

“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death. Learning is not a product of schooling but lifelong attempt to acquire it.” ~ Albert Einstein

Houssam Eddine Hariri High School reinforced its advocacy of the values of quality education and of school improvement sustainability by sharing into the global community of International Baccalaureate schools at the recent IB Africa, Europe and Middle East (IBAEM) Regional Conference that was held from October 29 to November 1, 2015 at The Hague, the Netherlands. Mrs. Dina Jradi, the Elementary School Director, Miss Rasha Hammoud, the PYP Coordinator, Mrs. Farah Darazi, Grade 4 PYP teacher, and I attended the conference that provided an unprecedented opportunity to share insights, contemplate pioneering ideas, exchange inspirational thoughts and enhance network on a global, comprehensive scale. Mr. Adrian Kearney, the Regional Director of IBAEM, instigated the regional conference theme, “Educating for Life,” highlighting that “we are a community of lifelong learners, contributing diverse knowledge to one another in order to enrich our collective growth”. Plenary speakers and workshop moderators shared their visions of the future of education in a constantly-changing world whereby every new generation of learners has to prepare for a new reality. >>>MORE

Written by Mrs. Dina Jradi (Elementary School Director) and Mrs. Mona Majzoub (High School Administrative Director & DP Coordinator)

Action in the PYP - Elementary School

3 December 2015

 

 

In comparison to knowledge, concepts, skills, and attitudes, "Action" is the most abstract of the PYP Essential Elements. We, as educators and parents, know it is there; we know it is important; we know it is designed to encourage students to do good things and make a better world. However, we sometimes ignore its existence because we expect students to make something bigger than they can do.
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” Jane Goodall's quoted.  Therefore, we, as students, parents, and educators, should observe thoroughly and see how everything learners do represents their "actions" and that reflecting on what they do helps them to consider the difference - either good or bad - that their actions make. >>>MORE

Rola Hallak - Grade 5 (B)

Writing to Persuade - Elementary School

1 December 2015

 

 

Through “Sharing the planet”, one of the themes of the PYP, the learners inquired into communities and relationships within and between them and demonstrated their understanding in a summative written piece.
For six weeks, fourth graders have been constructing knowledge through reading and viewing texts across the genres, including animated short stories, science books, and magazines. Such texts triggered their thinking abilities and helped them come out with further inquiring about similar issues in the local community. Consequently, learners were able to draw conclusions that deforestation exists both globally and locally. Such conclusions led students to deduce the necessity of taking action.
Assuming roles of eco-citizens, they wrote persuasive paragraphs emphasizing on the benefits of trees and trying to convince others in their school community of their importance, using reasons to support their positions.

Narmine Majzoub - Homeroom teacher - Grade 4

 

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