Tag Archives: Admissions

Blended Learning

Yesterday, we spent a good deal of time and thought on Blended Learning, it pros, cons, limitations, and possibilities to maximize learning.  Please share in the ideas below: BL – WHY How does BL improve (for students) organization of course? website lets you go deep, zoom in and out gives autonomy to student to understand Read More…

Effective Teaching

In our final training session today, we discussed evaluation.  We asked and talked about the purpose of assessment and effective vs ineffective strategies.  We told a few funny stories and laughed about our short-comings.  But one thing that isn’t funny is that there is often a disconnect between what we evaluate, in terms of student Read More…

T3 & Inquiry based learning

This week, we are conducting a GCE Educator Institute, Train-the-Trainer Workshop. The purposes are three-fold: Clarify and discuss the goals of GCE’s Model for Learning which apply to both formal and informal environments: educating global citizens Train public and private educators to deliver the curriculum in a range of formats from electives to clubs to summer Read More…

Creating New Curriculum Part 3: Communication

One of the greatest challenges we face as educators is that of communication; and failure to communicate clearly through directions, questions, assessment, and informal interactions quickly leads to breakdowns in trust, motivation and performance.  On the flip-side, by varying communication strategies and accommodating the unique learning needs of each student, we can bridge gaps that Read More…

Student poem about GCE

This morning I read a poem from one of our students.  This is how she feels about GCE: GCE School The best school ever Where the teachers care The students are helpful And everybody comes together as a family Where when you come in with a frown You go home with it upside down Where Read More…