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Main Campus

SHIS QI 21 Área Especial Conjunto C1

Brasília, DF, Brazil | 71655600

Telephones: +55 61 33661800

Early Childhood Campus

SMDB Conjunto 19 Chácara 02

Brasília, DF, Brazil | 71619970

Telephones: +55 61 33662947

Dimensions of Holistic Student Development

We nurture a transformational learning culture that supports our students in becoming conscious, compassionate, and capable world citizens. In keeping with this broad goal, our school fosters four dimensions of human development.

Scholarship

 

We help students develop capacities to:

• engage in higher order thinking: critical, reflective, creative

• master academic content and apply it to real problems and projects

• inquire, research, and solve problems

• appreciate the arts

Transformative Moral Action

 

We help students develop capacities for:

• personal transformation

• interpersonal transformation • social transformation

• moral and ethical values

• service toward others

• collaboration and community building

Integral Well-Being

 

We help students develop capacities to be:

• socially-emotionally aware

• physically healthy and fit

• autonomous and self-regulating

• organized

• goal-oriented and responsible

Global Citizenship

We help students develop capacities to:

• communicate effectively

• understand and embrace diversity

• care for the earth

• be an agent of positive change

• use technology fluently, effectively, and ethically

Our Learning Definition and Principles

Definition

Learning is to construct new or modify existing understanding of oneself, others, or the world, and develop and apply skills and competencies as world citizens.

Principles

We believe:

• Learning takes place best in context.

• Learning is facilitated through reflection and metacognition in which feedback of the right type and time frame is essential.

• Learning is most effective when it is inquiry based to promote creative problem solving.

 

• Learning experiences should address all types of learners and learning styles through differentiation.

• Learning is a social process that involves diverse cultural backgrounds, construction of meaning, and communication through

more than one language.

• Learning is dependent on multiple opportunities to practice and apply what is learned in a positive, supportive, and risk-free environment.

• Learning should take into account that human beings have both a spiritual and material nature with latent potentials (spiritual, cognitive, emotional, and physical).

 

• Learning more than one language at a level of academic mastery fosters the intellectual, cultural, and social development of children.

 

• The purpose of learning is to develop and transform individuals and society to impact our world positively.

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