Dear Friends of TGS,|
With September just around the corner, excitement is building among TGS staff, faculty and students. In just a few weeks we'll welcome families from all over the world to Stockholm, where we'll start an amazing journey of discovery, friendship and fun.
Read on to learn more about what makes TGS so special: enthusiastic and diverse faculty, an innovative curriculum, and dedicated staff. In the coming months, you'll hear more about our student experience direct from our students. Stay tuned: you'll have opportunities to keep up with TGS online students as they share photos, videos and blog posts as they travel and learn about our world - you may even learn something yourself! Join us for the educational experience of a lifetime.
Executive Chair and Founder
|But What About the Curriculum? |
by Laura Malbogat
|What will TGS students study? How will they learn about the places they visit? What about traditional subjects like math, science and literature? And will they be prepared for college or university? Our curriculum coordinator, Laura Malbogot, addresses these issues and more.|
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|Faculty Q&A: What Do You Want to Learn?|
|What do country bread, polo, knitting and the Dalai Lama have to do with each other?|
Ask the TGS Faculty!
We asked our TGS teachers the following question: where in the world would you travel to learn a specific skill, technique, language, practice or art? In other words: where would you go to learn what?
Read their answers here >>
|Field Trips are SO Over. Meet iExplore! |
By Laura Malbogot
|TGS is all about taking a fresh look at education. Our students don't visit box factories or stodgy government offices. They are immersed in the unique places, people and the culture of each city we visit. Local experiences like performing in the Sydney Opera House and learning tai chi in Beijing are all integral parts of the curriculum. No boring field trips here - TGS students are iExplorers.|
Learn more about iExplore here >>