Check it out! See if your family, classmates, teachers, or friends are featured in this year’s issue of the annual IAA Alumni Magazine, Leaders of Today. Enjoy IAA alumni news features, interviews, photo galleries, university updates and much more. Download Leaders of Today now or simply flip though it online. You can also find it at www.iaa.edu.jo. Don’t miss out!
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"This year the IAA 2016 Graduation theme was AIMING H16H. To 'aim high', sometimes you need to leave your comfort zone and do things that don’t come naturally. Every year the staff at IAA go out of their comfort zones to make a video for the graduates. This year the boundaries have really been pushed, as we have made a parody of a rap song. This is our last lesson to the Grade 12s – listen carefully!" - from the 2015-16 IB Staff at IAA
Watch it here! https://youtu.be/8gpedP8SQ9Q
This year is a very special one, a year which commemorates the 70th anniversary of the independence of our beloved Jordan and مئوية الثورة العربية. To celebrate this auspicious occasion, IAA will be hosting a fun Independence Day Festival at 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm on Tuesday, 24th May 2016 in the Community Square. There will be lots to do and see, and the entire community is invited to join!
IAA Grandmother, Mrs Lutfiah Dalal Abu Harb, affectionately reads to Grade 1 in the Primary Atrium earlier today. The involvement of grandparents at school is a precious thing! Thank you, Mrs Abu Harb, for your generosity, charm and love of children!
Grade 3 Enterprise presents its annual ‘Chocolate for Charity’ project! The IAA Chocolate Pillar Pack boasts 4 chocolate bars labelled individually with a drawing of each IAA Pillar (Leadership, Acceptance, Duty and Cultural Heritage). The cost of the Pillar Pack is only 5JD. Orders and payments will be taken in the classrooms from Sunday, 22nd May to Thursday, 26th May. All orders will be delivered on Monday, 5th June, and all proceeds will be donated to the King Hussein Cancer Foundation. Our Grade 3 students are really excited about their 'Chocolate for Charity' project! Please support our project and help make it a success!
The world is changing dramatically, and as a result, education is too. The inquiry-based curriculum at IAA is designed to prepare students for a successful future in the 21st Century, an era that has witnessed major shifts in technological innovation, information literacy, economic globalization and cultural interaction. Hence, students at IAA develop 21st Century skills, including Critical Thinking-and-Doing, Creativity, Collaboration, Cross-cultural Understanding, Communication, Computing and ICT Literacy, Career and Learning Self-Reliance, all of which are incorporated throughout the IAA Experience. To learn more, watch the ‘IAA: A 21st Century Education’ short documentary video at https://youtu.be/UFvbKqHXKjw