Gateway was featured in a research report commissioned by UNESCO, New Delhi and prepared by a team of researchers at Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). The team from TISS asked Gateway to share a case study regarding the use of technology or assistive devices in schools. M s. Khadija Rangwala s hared about the use of computer readers with the IGCSE batch from l ast year, how it not only supported them as a ccommodation in an exam, but also acts as a means to access information throughout their lives.
Our Resident Food Critic (This is about student)
Gateway student and major foodie, Siddharth Bakshi, visited and reviewed a local restaurant with the award-winning television host and cookbook author, Rashmi Uday Singh. Their review was featured on the front page of The Bombay Times!
GSOM Team at National Workshop – ‘Learning Differently’
The Goa College of Home Science in partnership with the Directorate of Higher Education organised a two-day National Workshop titled ‘Learning Differently ’, in the first week of March. Dr. Radhika Misquitta, Ms. Manika Khanna, Ms. Rudri Joshi a nd Ms. Pooja Thakkar facilitated sessions on understanding inclusion, social and emotional development and l earning difficulties, growth mindset, support in a UDL classroom, learning difficulties i n Mathematics and Language (including speech and listening). In true Gateway spirit, the sessions were interactive ones which included a lot of sharing, group work, online games and quizzes. This workshop was featured in Goa’s “Gomantak times” .