Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is technology used in the classroom?

A: Our students operate in an increasingly digital and global world. Most teenagers today are very active on social networks, to the point of adopting relatively new and unknown networks and platforms with sheer spontaneity.

To prepare our students as effective 21st century citizens, we need to equip them with the relevant technology skills and teach them how to use them responsibly. We achieve this by developing what are known as the “Seven Cs”, which include:

Critical thinking

Creativity and innovation

Collaboration

Cross-cultural understanding

Communication

There are evident links between these skills and the attributes of the Cambridge as well as the American Diploma Learner Profile and Approaches to Learning (ATL) skills that we strive to develop in students at T.I.S.

on Tuesday March 08
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