International schools focus on Cambridge syllabus

Written By Unknown on Minggu, 24 November 2013 | 22.23

MUMBAI: Members of International Schools Association (MISA) conducted a workshop focusing on the syllabus as proposed by the Cambridge International Examination (CIE) board. The event was attended by member schools as well as the CIE regional manager for South Asia, William Bickerdike.

"The CIE curriculum is very holistic and we are always ready to help our schools in forming a framework to conduct regular lectures in schools," said Bickerdike. He added that with the increasing demand for international schools in India, CIE decided to set up the regional office in Mumbai itself.

Bickerdike also told TOI that CIE has introduced Media Studies in A Level for the first time, the examination for the same will be held next year onwards. "We have also started Virtual Learning Environment program where teachers as well as students can interact with fellow teachers and students from across the globe. This will help bring a more global perspective to the syllabus," he added.

Principals also cleared doubts about the new developments including the March-exam session, admission to higher education courses as well as provisions given to students with special needs by CIE. "It was good to see so many principals share their concerns and problems with each other and the fact that William was with us helped in getting the right answers," said Kavita Aggarwal, principal of D G Khetan International School in Malad.

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