Anne-Laure BREDEHOFT, primary teacher at LFSF on the Ashbury campus, tells us more about her teaching experience during the pandemic and her current class projects, such as an exchange organized with peer students in an Elementary school in Northern France.
How We Got This
The COVID pandemic has changed the world of education. From moving to remote learning, to coming back on campus with strict health protocoles to concurrent classrooms, the health crisis has required for all of us to #pivot, #adapt and #anticipate.
#HowWeGotThis is a series of articles, videos, resources, showing how the LFSF teams and community are pioneering, reinventing themselves and imagine new ways to operate in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Learn more about how LFSF continues to #pivot #adapt and #anticipate to make the school journey a positive experience for our students and their families.
In this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Anna-Gaëlle POISSON, primary teacher at LFSF on the Ashbury campus, tells us more about teaching her class during this extraordinary year, and about the various projects she and her students are working on, including the upcoming Ambassadeurs en Herbe (Budding Ambassadors) competition.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Nathalie LEISEING MINGO, English teacher on the primary campus, shares her class projects related to the Diversity in the Arts and the conversation that happened between New York City-based Choreographer and Dancer, Shamel PITTS and her 4th grade students.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Amina MAINE, English Department Coordinator at LFSF, is giving her insights on the Educational Record Bureau (ERB) test in a multilingual environment and the organizational adaptations required during the pandemic.
Chinese New Year took place on FEB 12. It was the occasion to meet Christelle MESNILDREY, Mandarin teacher at LFSF, who shared her passion about teaching Madarin and how she is adapting during Covid-19 pandemic.
Hanna, Madeleine, Nicolas, Pierre and Eden, the Gr10 students whose start-up “Simply Seaweed” won the 2021 LFSF entrepreneurial competition, Start’Up Lycée, explain how they worked together to propose an effective solution to this year’s challenge "Food for Good".
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Chris Allexandre, one of the coaches in the the 2021 edition of Start’Up Lycée, shares his experience with this year's online format, and explains how he focused on helping students fully benefit from the project.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Nathalie HAUTAVOINE, Director of Advancement at LFSF explains how she and her team proactively adapted to the new normal in 2020 and shares her projects and goals for 2021.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Natalie BITTON, Director of College Counseling & Guidance at LFSF, on the Ortega Campus, explains how she and her team proactively adapted to the new normal in 2020 and shares the projects and goals for this school year.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Anton Ritzu, our Innovation & Technology teacher and coordinator, explains how he had to adapt his teaching approach because of the Covid-19 pandemic and tells us more about his upcoming new STEAMworks adventure: “Around the World in Eighty Days” .
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, we are speaking with Marie-Noëlle HENDREN and Nadine LE MAITRE, our primary school librarians on the Sausalito and Ashbury campuses respectively, who for the past 15 to 20 years curated our libraries of our primary campuses.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, we meet Mikayla BRENNAN-BURKE and Alain LECLOUX. Both are part of the Admissions team, and explain how they are adapting to this new normal.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Quentin FODERE and Thomas CASTANET from our MS/HS Math department on the Ortega Campus are exchanging with us on their practical and innovative adaptation to the COVID New Normal!
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, learn more about Madeleine de BELLOY de SAINT LIENARD, Gr10 student (Seconde), who's been selected to prepare for the International Mathematical Olympiad. She explains what’s ahead for her and how she's been faring the pandemic as a student at LFSF.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Molly RADEMACHER, English teacher at the LFSF, on the Ashbury Campus, explains how she had to adapt her teaching approach because of the Covid-19 pandemic and tells us more about her priorities during this year.
For this new edition of the #HowWeGotThis series, Olivier COMBEAU, LFSF Economics and Social Sciences teacher on the Ortega Campus, explains how the health crisis is changing his teaching approach and tells us more about his projects for the year.
We are meeting with members of the LFSF PA, the school’s parent association to understand how the current health crisis is impacting the role of the PA in organizing community events and supporting school initiatives.
Introducing #HowWeGotThis, a series of articles, where the LFSF teams share to which extent the COVID-19 pandemic has been impacting their work and how they had to reinvent themselves and imagine new ways to operate.
#pivot #adapt #anticipate