- Complex Problem Solving
- Critical Thinking
- People Management
- Coordination and Collaboration
- Emotional Intelligence
- Judgement and Decision Making
- Service Orientation
- Cognitive Flexibility
The world is changing faster than ever before. It is difficult for traditional schools to adapt their curriculum to the changing times.
How can schools guarantee that students can learn the unique skills they need today? Schools can provide opportunities with real experiences to practice and develop these skills. Real experiences need to be guided and supported so that lessons can be learned and understanding can be fostered. Schools aim to give the best possible opportunities for students to obtain as much value from their education as possible.
The brain is like any other muscle in the body. It must be trained and strengthened. Lessons need to begin at an early age and repeated in different exercises many times. There are lessons that cannot be learned from a book, or in a neat 40-minute session.
This year SIS celebrates 30 years of providing expatriate students with the highest standard of education within a truly international experience. Greg is excited to be a part of the celebrations and to continue to lead SIS to provide students with a rigorous education in a caring and nurturing community.
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