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The Brahma Science festival – 2018 was conducted on August 3rd and 4th at Bhavan’s Rajaji Vidyashram, which was an eye opener and an opportunity for the students and teachers at AAIS – TSS. It let the students learn, use and demonstrate learnt concepts with reasoning. Students were benefited from hands on experience and active exploration. Students learnt how to […]
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We are delighted to share the highlights of the results of our International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Students who took their exams in May 2018. 100 % of our students who took the DP exams in May 2018 were awarded the Diploma by IB. Many of our Students have secured the full 7 points in multiple subjects One of our students […]
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In India, myths about international schools galore. Deep down, every parent is concerned about the career path their children would embark on. This concern manifests in early years when the child is about to begin school. Though many Indian parents have a good opinion about international schools, their perception about the international schools in India are foggy and at times […]
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In India IB curriculum schools and Cambridge curriculum schools exist as International schools alongside the other board schools. After you have convinced yourself that your children should undergo their schooling in an international school, you sometimes wanted to know if it was a right choice directly from your children. Here are few points you can probably observe in your children, […]
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What is IB? IB stands for International Baccalaureate. IB is a non-profit educational foundation established in Geneva in 1968. IB offers four types of programs namely Primary Years Program (PYP), Middle Years Program (MYP), Diploma Program (DP) and Career-related Program (CP). PYP is for students aged between 3 and 12. MYP is for students between 11 and 16 years of […]
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To IB or not to IB….? In my work as the Head of an IB World School, I often meet parents of prospective Grade 11 entrants who are confused about the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP). In this piece I look at the benefits to the student in taking on and completing the full Diploma Programme in Grades 11 […]
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As we prepared for International Theme Day 2016, built on the concept of Interdependence, the question was not “What is interdependence?”, but rather “How do I best show my understanding of the concept of interdependence?” The process of understanding the concept and creating ways to demonstrate conceptual understanding through inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary ways took centre stage in all classrooms at […]
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A parent’s response to the last post on this blog, focused on his contentment at how eager and happy his child was to be at school. This according to him is the best aspect of AAIS. Education is not just about ‘covering’ content. It is not even only about the skills a child learns. It is both these together with […]
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In our last piece we looked briefly at the international programmes offered at AAIS, in an attempt to determine what is ‘international’ about international education. However, there’s more to the notion of international education than the programmes we offer. The school has a curriculum framework that includes the demands of such programmes and involves them in implementing the school’s vision […]
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Welcome to a blog on education, on schools, on learning, and sometimes on AAIS. While so much is done at AAIS, not enough is shared with the community, so we thought to set up a platform that allows members of the school community to discuss and better understand various aspects of school education Today it appears several schools have the […]
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