We often think of positivity as being an innate emotion; “She’s such a positive person” or “he is negative about everything”. Whilst an element of this is true, positivity is less about who you are and more about who you are with.
Nord Anglia Global Campus takes education beyond the classroom. Bringing together our 69 schools around the world, it is fundamental to how we teach our students to be truly global citizens. The highly personalised learning platform provides a safe space for students to connect and collaborate with each other, and offers a huge variety of engaging extra-curricular activities. It is an essential part of how BSY students explore independent learning.
In the following, Interim Principal Michael Deveney shares his observations of the BSY virtual school experience.
Recently, I have been dropping in on virtual school lessons across the school. It is instructive to observe lessons, and the whole process is thought-provoking, generating questions from all participants’ perspective – students, teachers and parents. The challenges that we are all facing are sometimes as clear as the screen we are looking at, but sometimes they are not-so-obvious when we reflect upon the impact of online learning on all stakeholders. Continue reading “How the BSY Virtual School Experience works”
Dai-ichi Life Insurance Myanmar Ltd., part of a leading Japanese life insurer, Dai-ichi Life Group with 118 years of experience, donated 50,000 USD to Japan Heart, a non-profit organization to support its volunteer-based services in Myanmar. Continue reading “Dai-ichi Life Insurance Myanmar in partnership with Japan Heart, contributing to Communities’ healthcare services and social welfare in Myanmar”
Applications for Chevening Scholarships to study a master’s degree in the UK are open from now until
3 November 2020, with applications to be submitted via www.chevening.org/apply. Continue reading “Applications now open for Chevening Scholarships to study in the UK”
The Vietnamese Prime Minister Mr. Nguyen Xuan Phuc arrived at the Myanmar Centre Complex at 9:30 am on Wednesday morning and was cordially welcomed by Chairman of THACO Group, Mr. Tran Ba Duong.
Agriculture is a central part of life in Myanmar as a major source of employment with 70% of the population active in the sector. Despite the size of the sector, agriculture only contributes to 25% of Gross Domestic Product and agricultural productivity in Myanmar is significantly lower when compared to many regional neighbours. However, the country itself holds substantial potential considering its favourable climate, water and land resources.