Global Indian International School Blog

    Facial Recognition in the SMART Campus ensure safety, security!

    June 14, 2018

    Facial recognition was an idea first explored in the 1960s. It was Captain James T Kirk and his crew of space explorers who were seen to use this technique to access rooms onboard the starship USS Enterprise.

    What was seen as science fiction back then is now a reality. And this high end technology has been replicated in GIIS SMART Campus which...

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    The day I visited our new SMART Campus

    May 30, 2018

     

    All students of Global Indian International School had been waiting to get a glimpse of our school's new SMART Campus at Punggol. The campus was to start operations in the July semester and all students were anxiously waiting for that day to arrive. So when we were told there will be tours for selected students to view the campus we were all...

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    The future of education is here!

    April 14, 2018
     

    Remember the time when schools were classrooms with wooden furniture, basic facilities, a single teacher and textbook-heavy learning? Education, back then, was designed to meet the need of the hour.

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    Innovation is just the start, Entrepreneurship is only the beginning

    March 29, 2018

    Out of the box thinking is what Innovation is all about. And turning that innovation into product of repute is Entrepreneurship. For example, a student can have a brilliant idea of building a helmet that can record thoughts, but selling this idea into a practical product will require a different talent altogether.

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    A five step approach to NextGen learning

    March 15, 2018
     

    Remember the time when schools were standard size classrooms with wooden furniture, basic facilities, a single teacher and textbook-heavy learning? Education, back then, was designed to meet the needs of the time to arm children to face their future.

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    5 Tips for nurturing an emotionally intelligent child

    November 2, 2017

    GIIS schools are committed to nurturing children who are not only academically intelligent, but also emotionally intelligent. Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to a set of skills that people can develop in regards to their ability to be self-aware of their emotions, to regulate their emotions, and to translate their emotions into thoughts and...

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    How GIIS cultivates a spirit of winning

    November 2, 2017

    At GIIS, we work to provide our students with an educational platform that sets them up for success. We define success as more than just good academic grades. We want our students to develop the life skills and fortitude to succeed in life. As such, we have redefined what it means to "win," so our students find success, satisfaction and...

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    Creating future-ready student

    November 2, 2017

    A growing number of people are opting to become “lifelong learners,” developing skills and exploring new areas of study far beyond their college degree.  At GIIS, we believe that lifelong learning is invaluable, and we strive to develop our students into lifelong learners by weaving education into everything we do. Here's a closer look at what...

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    Why GIIS values Emotional Intelligence (EI) just as much as IQ

    October 30, 2017

    At every GIIS school, we approach education through a holistic lens. We see every student as a whole person, because we know that this is the best way to help them develop the skills that they need to navigate into successful adult lives. While academic success is paramount to everything we do, we also consider Emotional Intelligence (EI) to be...

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    The spirit of winning - what does it mean to "win"?

    October 30, 2017

    What does it mean to win? At GIIS, we encourage our students to follow excellence in all that they do, whether in the classroom or on the sports courts. In order to do this, we believe we need to clearly define what it means to win. What is "winning?" Is it simply a successful score or winning a tough game? Can you "win" without being the top...

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