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11 minutes | Jul 23, 2018
What's What @ GSW - Finale
As GSW draws to a close, we’d be remiss not to think back on our experiences here and reflect. We’ve met new people, learned new things, and realised new perspectives. It’s every unique idea, interest, talent, and passion that’s made Governor’s School stand out. It’s the hard work of the TACs, faculty, and staff. It’s the sheer closeness that such an intensive experience forms. I’ve found this summer to be one of the best of my life and I don’t think I’m alone in that sentiment either. I wanted to know how others were processing their GSW experience. Most of all, I wanted to share in their reflecting process.
10 minutes | Jun 30, 2018
What's What @ GSW - SPANISH
¡Hola y bienvenidos al programa de Espanol! There are numerous benefits to fluency in multiple languages including, but not limited to, impressing your friends with your linguistic abilities. The Spanish students at GSW take this to another level with their ability to converse in Spanish about complex issues such as immigration, identity struggles in the Latino community, and the Venezuelan crisis. Led by Spanish instructor McClain Musson, students learn to take their Spanish skills to the next level and strive for proficiency in that language. The instruction doesn’t end in the classroom either. Photojournalist Natalie Keyssar has spent 5 years in Venezuela observing the complex issues there and left some wisdom with Spanish students just this week! Los estudiantes de español están explorando las problemas complejas en el sociedad de latinoamérica con muy talento y habilidad!
8 minutes | Jun 24, 2018
What's What @ GSW - MATHEMATICS
What do you know about mathematics? Often overlooked as “that difficult subject,” many students are prone to dismissing mathematics as nothing more than numbers and equations but, at GSW, it’s so much more! Passionate professors such as Bob Davis, Matt Evans, and Emily Casey guide their students through the intricacies of mathematics ranging from knot theory to non-Euclidean geometry. Students are asked tough, thought-provoking questions about mathematics such as, “How does one know mathematics?” and “Why is it acceptable to be bad at it?” The GSW mathematics program is exploring all the angles and making this experience count, all sines of an awesome start to GSW 2018!
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