The Hour of Code is a global movement by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries through a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming. On 9th December 2016 GGIS participated in Hour of Code at Digicorp house. Our students practiced coding for an hour with millions of
GGIS believes in continuous development of students and teachers. As faculty members we are constantly learning how to make our classrooms better. And in the last two months we attended two different workshops and both were extremely useful. The first one, Nonviolent Communication was conducted by Uma Oza on our
Playtime!! Ask your friends and family what they remember most about their childhood, time in the classroom or time on the playground. Go ahead, ask. If your results are like mine, a huge majority have the fondest memories of the playground. Myself included.
Had an interesting discussion with Shriya- a fellow mom, who was not sure if kids who are trained to question authority are going to do well later. Her contention- life is not always fair and there are times you have to take things as they are handed down. My point-