Nurturing global citizens who embrace diversity
We want to develop our students to become citizens of the world, who understand and appreciate diversity and global events.
- To engage our students with creative and meaningful lessons.
- To inculcate a love for the Humanities in our students.
- To impart knowledge and develop critical thinking skills in our students.
- Paul's Wheel of Reasoning
Infused in the teaching of source based skills, these help students to understand sources and text better as it provide a structure that allows the teacher to scaffold the teaching of skills
- Socratic Reasoning
This is a set of questions teachers use in class to teach content as well as critical thinking. It focuses on giving students questions, not answers and model an inquiry, probing mind by continually probing into the subject with thinking questions
- Inquiry based approach
Using this approach, teachers start by posing questions, problems or scenarios and students formulate explanations of their finding through evaluating and analysing the data that they collect to confirm and deepen understanding of the subject content.