In the ancient days, the search for knowledge meant crossing the seas and reaching new lands and cultures. It is through this exchange of wisdom that education was born.
At Genesis Global School, we truly believe that education is incomplete if we restrict scholars to the four walls of a class room. Which is why we seek to imbibe a culture of internationalism in our scholars, both day scholars and those residing in the boarding school residences.
Scholars are exposed to vastly different pedagogies, environment, cultures, and languages via our exchange programmes and international visits. The main objective is to nurture global citizens who are sensitive and respectful towards cultural diversity. Enabling our scholars to confidently stand shoulder to shoulder with their international peers.
Our focus on internationalism helps evolve in scholars a keener mind, multilingual ability, knowledge of global challenges, self-confidence, humility, respect, tolerance, and enhanced decision-making. The scholars also get exposed to different career choices and interests while on international trips and exchanges.
Student exchange programmes are, therefore, a wonderful global platform for scholars to explore education in an environment completely different to their own. Consequently, it is an important part of our pedagogy as well.
With the primary motive being nurturing enlightened and responsible global citizens for tomorrow, we organize multiple exchange programmes throughout the year with the help of partner schools in many countries around the world such as Germany, England, France, Spain, etc. Visiting global centres revered for their research and knowledge such as CERN or NASA allows scholars to experience a highly stimulating intellectual environment.
Another area that gets highlighted within the scope of our focus on internationalism is language. After all, the entire world is built upon the pillars of communication that makes exchange of transformational ideas possible. We aim for our scholars to accomplish the five Cs of foreign language education, namely Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities. Such critical language skills open the gateway for our scholars to new cultures, and allow them to converse with and learn from their foreign counterparts.
All in all, internationalism at Genesis Global School, the most acclaimed public school in Noida, broadens the horizons for scholars, and adds to their overall experiential learning experience.