Academic Studies

 
  • The education system applied in our school is student centred and based on active learning and modern education theories.
  • The teacher is a guide. The students are enabled to learn in an appropriate learning environment through their active involvement in lessons and the way they learn to apply the knowledge they gain.
  • Whilst the students learn to use their mother tongues well and correctly; English and a second foreign language is taught to the level of being used effectively in their social and academic lives.
  • Information Technology is adapted into teaching.
  • The students are aimed to be raised as individuals who think, question, create and apply. In order to achieve this, students are guided to answer questions such as: 'What have I learnt? How did I learn? Where and how can I use this knowledge?'
  • The students' interest, talent, ability and individual characteristics are taken into consideration in order to reveal their strengths.
  • To enable students to gather information; various audio-visual education tools that engage more than one sense are used whilst bearing in mind their learning techniques.
  • Rather than learning directly, the students are encouraged to be engaged in indirect learning.
  • Instead of storing information, students have the opportunity to take responsibility for their learning.
  • The students are enabled to freely express their opinions in a democratic environment. In classes; instead of having an environment in which there is individual competition, the learning environment provided is concerned with the students being able to freely express their opinions, ask questions without hesitation, learn how to be a part of a team and are only competing against themselves.