GGIS a strong proponent of technology and harnesses it to ensure that children are future-ready. Digital Literacy is facilitated by the direct and indirect use of technology or digital tools. The implementation of digital learning in a classroom is crucial to learning at our school.
GGIS extensively uses its school app as well as Google Classroom to keep in touch with all students and parents as they enrol into our school. The app is also used to communicate daily classwork, homework and assignments to students as well as to send out important updates and notes from our side. This keeps communication open and streamlined ultimately benefiting all three stakeholders.
We also use Mindspark, an adaptive online tool that enhances children’s understanding of Math. Mindspark keeps the students deeply engaged and they end up getting far more rigour from 30 minutes of daily practice than any amount of worksheets can.
GGIS understands that almost 65% of students are visual learners and we need to tap into their abilities differently. To facilitate them, and to present the lesson in a simple, effective and easy to understand method for students, our teachers use effective YouTube videos, podcasts, video clippings, powerpoint presentations. The Audio-Visual method appeals most to the senses. It leaves a deeper impact as it involves greater attention in the act of learning and helps the child to retain the concepts taught through these aids.