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Inverting the classroom

In most schools around the world, and at TAS, classes are indoor, closed-door, and scheduled. While many teachers have been implementing more project and discussion based activities such as Harkness Seminars...

Architecture of the 21st century

Last year, TAS was the first international school in East Asia to become a member of the Green Schools Alliance. In an effort to preserve resources and reduce costs, the TAS School Board provided sufficient...

Aspiring YouTubers of TAS

TAS students partake in an astounding number of activities: robotics, forensics, service clubs, interest clubs, the list goes on. But there is one more “student activity” that is not so well known yet:...

Getting to know Mr. Kiang

His emails about IT updates usually sign off with “Thanks and have a wonderful day!” But who is the guy behind those emails? What is Mr. Kiang,  IT wizard-extraordinaire, really like? Mr. Kiang’s...

The Rise of Robots at TAS

Step into 1D21 after school and you’ll be greeted by a room crammed full with chattering, excited students and high tech machines, from six 3D printers to milling machines, each precise up to 1/1000 of a...

Introducing InNOVAtion at TAS

If you’re interested in using virtual reality technology in the classroom, or scientifically measuring your stress levels throughout the day, there’s a possibility you will have the opportunity to do so...