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
Funderstanding… or Fun Fun Understanding, an event of showcasing the academic progress through various games and activities prepared by our wonderful students.
Thanks to our little genius innovators for making us proud through their skills and knowledge.
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.
You are most welcome to join GGIS Funderstanding Workshop tomorrow on Saturday, 26th October starting at 9:30 am! Our kids will demonstrate their skills & understanding of the concepts they have learned through fun activities. Come and see how the minds are trained at GGIS and get to sample the
Every Kid Needs A Champion I think that the most effective teachers are those who believe in each student. We can talk about multiple intelligences and differentiated instruction forever, the most sound techniques won’t reach a student who feels that the teacher does not believe in his/her ability. We teachers
We are in our start-up phase at the moment. There are parents who trust our words and vision and enrol with us now and then there are those who wait to see how things roll out. Very common of all start-ups. But one such tricky case is the 7th Grade.