An exchange program can be an excellent way to broaden your experience and obtain valuable cultural insights. As part of the My Good School education curriculum, we firmly believe that cross-cultural exposure starting at an early age dramatically contributes to the students' personal development. The students become confident and are prepared to face the outside world.
Teachers Exchange Program: like all exchanges, it is intended to provide participants with broad exposure. Specifically, prepare educators to shape young people into positive agents of change. Participating teachers bring interactive teaching practices to their students and colleagues, building critical thinking skills and an analytical approach. The world is getting smaller every day, and keeping global exposure in mind, the schools actively work on teacher exchange programs with our partners and schools.
The guests and exchange students visit the schools and participate in Service, Skill, Sport, and Study projects. They learn about the local area, the customs and etiquette, and appreciate the diversity in our society. In 2022 the events are being held at Dehradun, hosted by The Doon Girls' School.
The first My Good School Conclave was held in 2018. Heads of schools meet in April to strengthen the curriculum and plan for the year. There is a growing movement in progressive schools worldwide on developing students' soft skills alongside digital abilities to provide a more enriched and empowering learning experience. We're delighted to have gathered experts to share insights and practical tips on how the My Good School curriculum can empower every individual.
We hosted the first Retreat in 2016, held in October; the event's goal is to foster professional learning and social interactions among teachers and students. The event brings together young people and their mentors from all the schools; they stay on campus in a school and participate in projects and excursions.