Science

Fun with pressure

Published on November 27th, 2013 | by Science Editor

Ideal Gases is for sure one of the most typical topics analyzed from the physics points of view, To understand the behavior of an Ideal Gas the equation of state has to be learned and applied... Read More


ASP

SSIS Math Competition ASP

Published on November 27th, 2013 | by ASP

The SSIS Math Competition team began three years ago as a three-week preparation program for eight 8th and 9th grade students to compete in the Shanghai International School Mathelete Tournament founded by the SSIS math department.  The... Read More


Science

Reduce, re-use, recycle

Published on November 27th, 2013 | by Science Editor

Have you ever wondered how much waste a household produces over the course of a day or even a week? Perhaps the concept that we “produce” waste is alien to you? Or you’ve even refused to... Read More


Counseling

College Guidance

Published on November 27th, 2013 | by Counseling Department

 Hello Parents … As we welcome December and winter, things are getting ‘hot’ and exciting at the Counseling Department! Many of our seniors are in the final process of completing their university application process. Congratulations to... Read More


Counseling

Goal setting for your student

Published on November 26th, 2013 | by Counseling Department

We have been working hard on having the students learn how to set attainable goals for both short term and long term.  People with written goals achieve significantly more than those who don’t.  We also strongly... Read More


Counseling

Tips and Tools for Constructive Conflict Resolution

Published on November 26th, 2013 | by Counseling Department

Teaching our children how to deal with conflict resolution in a constructive manner can be tricky.  The article below gives steps on how we can teach our  children better coping skills.  If you have any questions... Read More


Counseling

Four Study Habits that Scientists Recommend

Published on November 26th, 2013 | by Counseling Department

Whether your child is studying for his or her chemistry exam or driver’s license or SATs, here are four good study habits that have been proven to make a difference.  First, study over a period of time.  Cramming does not... Read More


Science

Shelf-life of Bread

Published on November 25th, 2013 | by Science Editor

Have you ever wondered how long does that bread on the supermarket shelf last before it gets reduced to an inedible mess by fungi? DP Biology students have been exploring the shelf-life of bread, and if... Read More


P.E.

Final preparations for Grade 11 Tri-Sport Tournament

Published on November 25th, 2013 | by P.E. Editor

The grade 11’s this week had their final training sessions before their three-sport tournament held over the next three weeks. Ruby worked on routine ‘popping’ drills to help with passing during a Touch Rugby game. Pearl... Read More


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