Life Drawing Master Class

Seisen International School had the pleasure to host a Life Drawing Master Class last Saturday afternoon. Fourteen students from various International Schools in Tokyo had the opportunity to refine their drawing skills working with DILARY SANCHEZ, professional dancer working and living in Mexico city. Dilary modelled for well known artists such as Pedro Diego Alvarado, son of Diego Rivera. The workshop was given by Amelie Lamy, art teacher at Seisen International School.



SEISEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Learning to Love, Loving to Learn

Best Practices of Montessori and PYP

sensorial, language, math, and cultural studies. The program also incorporates music, dance, library, religion, art, science, technology and PE. Multi-age and multi-cultural classes naturally encourage leadership, tolerance, and respect which support the development of global citizenship.

Appreciation of Cultures

Students are encouraged to make responsible choices and to recognize the effect of their actions within their classroom communities. The Montessori history and geography curriculum fosters an awareness and appreciation of other cultures and offers an understanding of the children’s place in the world. The religion curriculum fosters an understanding of religious and cultural diversity, respect, and other values. In addition, the International Baccalaureate fosters intercultural understanding and respect within all curriculum areas.

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Service

Service to others is encouraged and acted upon. Older children help younger children. Children are responsible for taking care of the classroom environment. The curriculum also offers opportunities for children to explore, discover, and learn through the use of a variety of materials and activities.

Inquiry

Students are engaged in the learning process and actively construct their own knowledge by sorting, comparing, contrasting, evaluating, and classifying Montessori materials, leading to the development of critical thinking skills. Essential questions are used as a tool for exploring big concepts within our inquiry units.

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These questions stimulate discussions, help children to make connections, transfer knowledge, and lead to further inquiry into the concepts studied. The curriculum has clearly articulated objectives for the mastery of content knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes. Students’ active engagement in the learning process is evident in student participation in classroom activities and samples of student work. The differentiated and individualized approach to learning within Seisen’s Montessori PYP Kindergarten and the extensive range of hands-on experiential materials ensure that all students can access the curriculum and develop at their own pace.

Classes

Each of the six classes consists of a group of children from ages 3 to 6. There is an afternoon extended program for all three year olds. Three year olds may attend the full day session being offered to four and five year olds.

Morning session is from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The full day session is from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.year olds.

Stepping Stones Toddler Program

Our "Stepping Stones" Toddler program for 2 to 3 year olds is now in high demand.

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