Hour of Code

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

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The fast food schooling

Our kids love fast food restaurants. A burger and pizza are a treat. But we all also know that nothing beats the home-made, local-grown organic food. Burgers and pizzas are junk food and we try to keep their intake to a minimum But do we know what makes fast food

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How assumptions can drown us!

Last week one of our teachers came in and said “I might have to go early as my grandfather is unwell.“ I was absolutely fine with it. I said “Alright.” And in the same breath I assumed that if it were an emergency she would come in and tell me

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Professional Development Sessions: Umpqua and GGIS

We very often feel we don’t have time for Professional Development (PD) in schools or do not have relevant topics either. But I tried something very simple and it seemed to work wonders. I read an article in The Economist ((June 14th 2014 issue) ‘Branching Out’ about Umpqua Bank. It

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Hour of Code Workshop: Computer Coding for Kids, 14th Dec

Hour of Code - Computer Coding for Kids

This week over 5 million people across 167 countries will try out coding for the first time – would you like to join them? Programming may seem a little scary to some, but we’ve made a fun hour of coding that’ll have you building things in a snap. Now you’ll

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Event: Funderstanding Workshop, 26th October

Funderstanding Workshop

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

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Solving humanity’s grand challenges: An interesting article

Yesterday’s Times of India had a wonderful column by Mr. Vivek Wadhwa who claims that our future is not going to be grim and dark but rather eventful and exciting. And how wonderfully nice it is to know that on a Sunday morning! He makes a very sensible case for why

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Practical Problem Solving- UKG

UKG was given a problem to solve. A small little step near the entry was creating a lot of trouble because most people did not see it and would trip over very often. UKG was asked to think of a solution that would make the step visible. And what a

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Will you play Hindi songs in the bus?

Another question from another concerned parent. Living in India you cannot escape Bollywood. But when your child comes home humming the fevicol song from Dabangg 2, some how you want to play the censor board member. In our transport at GGIS, we would want to be vigilant without being dictator-like.

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