”How much network does school really need?” 14.01.2018 Workshop and lecture with Prof. Dr. Dr. Manfred Spitzer German media expert and doctor (as desired in the evening of the lecture in English or German language) Digitalizing classrooms can have a negative effect on learning, especially in young children, undermining the neuroplastic capacity of their […]
Grade 11, actually the first IB class at German International School Doha, received their Trimester Report Cards for the first time. The report cards do not only contain prognostic IB grades, but commentaries on the individual progress of each student in the different subjects as well.
Pupils’ representative Amon (on the right of the photo) stressed out the fact that the IB Diploma Programme is very demanding: “Our grades are not yet that good as we would like to have them. We know that we have to intensify our efforts. But we remain positive and we’re still very proud of being the first IB students at German International School Doha.”
This post is also available in: German