Morning book club


We would like to invite you to join us for a morning book club in order to build relationships as an international community among colleagues and parents. As thinking is a focus in our learning environments and a core component of our strategic plan, we would like to invite you to read and discuss “The Geography of Thought” by Richard Nisbett as a community.

“Geography of Thought” sessions will take place in the Middle School Library from 07:45 to 08:25. We aim to read a chapter before each meeting and come together to discuss during these bi-weekly sessions. Please see the schedule below:

1January 9
2January 23
3February 6
4February 20
5March 6
6March 20
7April 10
8April 24

During our meeting we will reflect on the implications this text provides for our community. How thinking is related to culture? What are the different systems of perceptions and thoughts we and others might hold? We are both very excited to join in this conversation and dialogue as stakeholders in an international community.

Dr. Chandra McGowan
MYP Coordinator

Nick Kolentse
MS Dean of Students

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