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GIS Stories | Teachers Insights | Dylan Vinales

Dylan Vinales

Dylan Vinales is a Spanish – French teacher at GIS, his three words to describe Garden International School are; innovative and inspirational and extremely busy but in a good way.

“I’ve been working at GIS for two years now. I’m currently head of queen house and a Spanish-French teacher and the next year are the head of Spanish”.

What three words would you use to describe the students?
I would say the students first and foremost. They are excited and passionate about their studies. They are  really motivated to learn and really supportive of each other and also of the teachers.

What are the main strengths of the school?
Wow this is I’d say, this is the best school in KL and Malaysia. The best strengths; number one would be perhaps the quality of the staff we’ve got really high quality staff who are really passionate about their jobs. Number two I would say it is the quality of the facilities and our technology, our use of technology is also superb. Third, most importantly, I believe is the students; the quality of our students and the tremendous effort they put into their studies.

I love Garden school because we are all like a family. I think that the best thing here though is the students. Thanks!

Do you feel challenged and supported on a professional level?
At Garden School I feel challenged every single day in the classroom the students are extremely supportive they’re motivated and in a way that creates a cycle where by the teachers push themselves really hard to make sure the students are pushed. The students work so hard that you end up working even harder. This creates a cycle of productivity where everyone’s just working really hard and getting so much done so definitely a challenge is a part of our daily life.

What three words would you use to describe the school?
To describe Garden in three words I’d say first of all innovative and inspirational and extremely busy but in a good way.

What does “We are GIS” mean to you?
GIS means constantly doing your best and striving to being the best version of yourself that you can possibly be you.

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