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Classrooms Practices

Strong human connections - Generate Strong relationships between teachers and students, students and students, and teachers and teachers.

Informed students - Students are aware of what they are learning and where they are going in their education. 


Content decisions - Students have a decision over their own learning; when they decide to buy themselves, the learning is meaningful and therefore they become responsible for their own development.


Strong participation – participation is not only answering questions, but our involvement in classes relies on also taking roles with significant roles and responsibilities; this creates a sense of belonging, and students engage in their development.


Classroom displays - In taking on responsibility for shows, students have an opportunity to learn and practice critical social and academic skills; they know to reflect on their work; it provides a chance to learn from each other and to appreciate the work of others, nurturing empathy, respect, and a strong sense of classroom community.


Self-evaluation - Self-assessment is essential for children as it allows them to be more self-sufficient in their work. In addition, it shows children that they are able to improve their academic performance through their efforts. GIS Self-assessment program empowers children to help them take control of their learning and see positive progress.


The class is a team - Working as a lass team, children develop essential life skills like problem-solving, listening, leadership, and creative thinking. Nurturing teamwork skills also creates higher self-confidence, self-esteem, empathy, and compassion.


GIS core values - If it is true that our mission and vision are the heart of the school, the Core values are the backbone of the school that gives structure and support to our principles and provide us with the main tools to achieve our goals successfully.


We have a strong program designed to instil in the school community the practice of our values; it is our goal that each member of the community lives and represents the school's core values in a daily and natural way.

Around the school and in all the classrooms, you will see a set of school values describing personality attributes. By this, the students are in constant reminder and contact with the values. Students and staff are encouraged to recognize and support these values with everyone in our community. An easy example would be commending a child for caring when looking after a new student or for a quiet child being a risk-taker when speaking during a whole school assembly. It is the responsibility of all members of the school community to model these attributes. 


Teachers reflect the values in their lesson plans and are part of their daily vocabulary; this challenges students to think for themselves, living the mentioned values. The more contact the students have with the core values, the more they will believe that they are valuable representatives of those values and will take responsibility for their actions and learning.


Two main sessions were held with the school staff to explain the several systems we have to instil the values in our students. First, it was the school's objective to instil the values in the teachers, and during these sessions' activities were carried out that established the importance of living these values. Since the process requires constant reminders and practice, these strategies are constantly mentioned to the teachers and staff during meetings.


Today, all teachers practice the strategies inside their classrooms, school areas and, most importantly, their lives.



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