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ALUMNI CONNECT WITH STUDENTS IN DISTANCE LEARNING

This year the Grade 8 Humanities classes worked on a design thinking project that explored 'How should we remember the past in order to impact the present and influence the future?'

The students studied the political, social, and economic factors in Weimar Germany that led to the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, and read the novel Prisoner B-3087. Throughout the novel study, they explored how authors use setting, point of view, motif, symbolism, mood, and juxtaposition to tell a biographical story. The students then did a modified version of the genocide memorial project for distance learning that previous Grade 8 classes completed.

The students focused on the Holocaust only and worked individually to construct their models from materials they had around their homes while in quarantine and distance learning (cardboard, plastic containers, etc.).

After reaching out to Nido Alumni via the Nido Alumni Association, architects Juan Pablo Lira '92, Gustavo Fabbroni '74, and Roberto Pinon '92 were all kind enough to volunteer their time and energy to help our students by reviewing the students' prototypes. They reviewed each prototype and gave detailed feedback that the students used to improve their designs.


A special thank you to Juan Pablo Lira who went above and beyond in connecting with our students virtually in this project. He worked with our Humanities teachers on some of the lesson planing and even taught a few lessons on architecture, sketching, and model building to our students. It was such a positive and impactful experience for our students to work with alumni from Nido who are now working as professional architects. Nido alumni who would like to be connected to projects at Nido like these may contact alumni@nido.cl for more information.

A selection of presentations from Grade 8 students are available at this link.

LoC Week 4 Highlights

We invite you to enjoy the best moments of the fourth round of the League of Champions!

We are approaching the finals and this is getting more and more exciting!!

JLoC Meet 1 Highlights

The Middle School teams wrapped up their first Junior League of Champions meet last Friday, and it was all sweat and smiles by the end.

LoC Week 3 Highlights

Join us to watch and enjoy the most exciting moments of the third match of League of Champions!

Exciting News & Updates from the Media Center

Even though campus has been closed to our students, the Media Center team has been staying busy updating our Media Center's resources and renovating the physical space. Whether that has been spearheading the remote borrowing service or rearranging shelving, our Media Center is more active than ever.

LEAGUE OF CHAMPIONS VIDEO CHALLENGE

CONGRATULATIONS to all teams for a great job on their team Instagram videos! Lots of spirit and creativity were shown in each, and the videos received a total of 1895 "likes", WOW!

HS LoC Match 2 Highlights

We invite you to enjoy the best moments of the second round of the League Of Champions!


League of Champions Week 1 Highlights

Week one of the League of Champions kicked off before the September holiday break and propelled our student-athletes back into the spotlight. We invite you to see the most exciting moments of our first match!

SCHOOLWIDE CUECA COMPETITION

September begins the most fun and treasured time of the year in Chile—Fiestas Patrias! September in Chile may look a little different this year, but as a Nido community we are committed to celebrating together even if it will be done virtually.

In anticipation of our celebrations, we are announcing a schoolwide virtual Cueca Competition!

Nido's Learning Coaches Program

Our Learning Coaches balance the roles of coaching and curriculum facilitation in a student-centered coaching model. They engage in curriculum coaching: creating learning experiences for faculty and course-alike teams to design curriculum and student-centered coaching cycles, partnering with teachers in the classroom, focused on student learning and evidence-based practices.

ALUMNI CONNECT WITH STUDENTS IN DISTANCE LEARNING
This semester in distance learning the Grade 8 Humanities classes worked on a design thinking project that explored 'How should we remember the past in order to impact the present and influence the future?' They were fortunate to have the expertise and feedback of several Nido alumni who are professional architects in the portion of their project that called for designing a memorial.
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