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Garden International School (GIS) Bringing Out The Best In You
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Garden International School Open Day 28 Sept 2017. Enroll Asia’s Leading International School With Strong Academic Track Record. Register Now at http://www.gardenschool.edu.my/enquirenow/gis-open-day/

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Numerous studies have shown that the success of any school is directly linked to the quality of their teachers. At GIS, we believe that professional development is a collaborative effort which develops and supports staff in their commitment to learning. Our staff are encouraged to acquire and develop skills and abilities which ultimately provide the students in our care with a stimulating learning environment. Read more on GIS blog https://www.gardenschool.edu.my/blog/ This is GIS Learning Culture.

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Checkpointing has been a key feature of Large Scale Enquiry Programme for many years. For 2017, we asked ourselves the wicked question "How can we effectively monitor individual progress within a group setting?". In this video, Apple Distinguished Educator James Abela gives an insight into how this was achieved. This is GIS Learning Culture.

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The newer focus on 1:1 conversations allowed us to find effective solutions to our wicked questions: How can we improve the quality of 1:1 conversation, and How can we improve the consistency of the experience for all of our students? These solutions not only improved the consistency but also had a considerable effect on the quality of the mentoring that we saw. The conversations taking place between mentors and students during the 2017 enquiry were both rich and learning focused. Watch the video to learn more.
This is GIS Learning Culture.

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At the heart of good enquiry learning is personalisation. One size certainly does not fit all. The innovations we developed for the 2017 Movement enquiry were built on learning from previous iterations and driven by our desire to provide meaningful personalised pathways for our students. We asked ourselves the wicked question: How can we better personalised learning within enquiry?. Find the answer on GIS blog: https://www.gardenschool.edu.my/blog/
This is GIS Learning Culture.

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The use of digital tools to enhance student and staff learning has become a great to enhance learning at GIS.
Meet Alex Turner, one of GIS Digital Learning Coaches (DLC) in 2017
Read more about our digital learning culture on GIS blog https://www.gardenschool.edu.my/blog/
This is GIS Learning Culture.

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The use of digital tools to enhance student and staff learning has become a great to enhance learning at GIS.
Meet Vipula Sharma, EAL Teacher and one of GIS Digital Learning Coaches (DLC) in 2017
Read more about our digital learning culture on GIS blog https://www.gardenschool.edu.my/blog/
This is GIS Learning Culture.

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The use of digital tools to enhance student and staff learning has become a great to enhance learning at GIS.
Meet Phil Delmotte, Primary Art Teacher and one of GIS Digital Learning Coaches (DLC) in 2017
Read more about our digital learning culture on GIS blog https://www.gardenschool.edu.my/blog/
This is GIS Learning Culture.
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