Dynamic Learning Accordion

  • Creativity: 

    The use of imagination and original ideas to solve problems and create.

    Examples:

    Our classes cultivate creativity and innovation with projects that require learners to design original solutions, invent something new to solve a problem, or integrate art and design with room to fail.

  • Communication: 

    The ability to effectively and clearly communicate for a variety of audiences and using a variety of tools and mediums.

    Examples:

    Our class will give students opportunities to interact with experts, authors, and real-world audiences. The class activities will help them experience reading, writing, speaking and presenting in English in a whole new way

  • Collaboration:

    Learning and working in groups or teams, locally and/or globally, to achieve a goal.

    Examples:

    Our classes ensure there is purpose to the collaboration and not just group work. During our activities students form partnerships and teams strategically with assigned leadership roles, including team-building exercises, establishing collaboration guidelines and shared decision-making.

  • Critical Thinking:

    The ability to conceptualize and evaluate information for the purpose of deeper understanding, problem solving, and guiding action.

    Examples:

    Our classes create learning experiences, such as mock trials or debates, scientific investigations, interpreting events in history or literature, or design challenges.