Educational Characteristics

1. Implement the philosophy of Waldorf education

Under the guidance of anthroposophy, through the integration of artistic activities, the rhythm of nature is established, the true appearance of life is presented, and the harmonious development of students' body, emotion and thinking is taken into account, and the harmony and acceptance of the group are extended. Students are unique and provide experience in group collaborative learning and respect for multicultural values.

 2. Master with teacher system

In Waldorf education, the main teacher (class tutor) must lead the same class for a long time and be responsible for the main course. The main task of the teacher is to use imagination, creativity and professionalism to lead the students, let the students feel and learn freely, and make them develop their emotional ability in a healthy way.

3. Arrangement of courses with breathing rhythm

People need to breathe, the physiology can work, and learning needs to be both vomiting and efficacious. Therefore, the design of the course is to have a breath of recollection, pay attention to balance, step by step, interlocking, and it is divided into two categories: periodic curriculum and normal curriculum: "cyclical curriculum" is fixed in the first morning every morning. The time period is about two hours, with each theme lasting three to four weeks. The same subject is only repeated two to four times a year, so that the "knowledge" that students learn can truly become their "capabilities" and experience " The inner learning process of repetition, memory and waking. "Normal courses" such as craftsmanship, art, etc. are courses that require a fixed duration, and are fixed once or twice a week.

4. Arrange the festivals and courses according to the rules of the four seasons

The festival is a concrete expression of the spiritual meaning of human culture, allowing students to experience the cycle of the four seasons in the festival, and let the children experience the spiritual meaning of the human culture in the festival activities.

5. Art activities

In the course, art activities occupy a very important position. Responding to students' development needs, artistic activities and aesthetic experiences are important spiritual food and emotional life for students. At the same time, artistic activities are a process of “experiencing self”. Teachers will integrate artistic activities into the whole curriculum as much as possible. Encouraging students to complete each piece of artistic creation is the best training to cultivate willpower.

6. Teaching, non-teaching

The institution does not use textbooks when teaching. The curriculum is designed and designed by the teacher. Through vivid oral narration, blackboard painting and the teacher's own thorough understanding, the students are willing to learn and convert what they have learned into their own work. Therefore, teachers must integrate the content of the textbooks, and also need to plan the lower-level courses in advance to echo the curriculum of the senior year.

7. Emphasis on the development of individual students

A thorough and thorough case study helps teachers and parents to understand the individual needs and progress of the students, and then adjust the teaching and interaction methods. It is based on the love and high education of parents and teachers.

8. Emphasis on the assessment of individual processes

The method of assessment is to let the students themselves and parents know the progress of the students' learning, and let the teachers reflect on the direction of the next semester course design, rather than to test or assess the degree of the students. Therefore, the focus of assessment is on the process of continuous learning and development of students, not just the result. In addition to the presentation of learning outcomes, teachers assess students' learning through multi-faceted learning through teacher-student interaction, class response, work progress, physical and mental development, and peer interaction.

9. Learning from multiple perspectives

Foreign language learning is to enable students to understand the world from more different cultural perspectives, so that students can develop a larger perspective. For modern people, learning a foreign language is the most direct way to learn a diverse culture and promote mutual understanding between different cultures.

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