Self-learning – Group Activities

To promote self-learning, during the free choice corner activities period, children in all grade levels can schedule their time for activities they are interested in, directing their own play in different interest corners, such as language corner, teaching material corner, simulation corner, toy corner, computer corner and exploration corner. Our teachers will observe and track children’s learning on the side during the period to ensure children attain a balanced development in different domains. 

Self-learning – Interactive Whiteboard

We use Interactive Whiteboard in the classroom to make learning more fun, catch children’s attention and increase children’s interests in learning. The Interactive whiteboard allows children to participate in interactive games and construct new knowledge with the use of multimedia. To protect children’s health, the electronic whiteboard includes an anti-glare display and an anti-bacterial coating.

Self-learning – GABE learning resources

  1. GABE building blocks ignite children’s imagination. We guide children to create their unique work using the building blocks. During the process, they will also work on their fine motor skills.
  2. The process of segmenting a whole object into different parts and assembling parts to make a whole helps develop children’s spatial thinking.
  3. Through playing with GABE and making objects in different shapes, children get to learn about characteristics of flat and 3D shapes, the concept of a shape’s size/length/area/volume, scores, measurement concepts and other mathematical thinking skills, which are all connected with the primary mathematics curriculum.
  4. GABE activities allow children to get creative with their work and give them a sense of accomplishment. It motivates children to participate in the activities and naturally helps them stay engaged in their learning.

Self-learning – Orda Learning Resources

  1. A range of games to develop children’s information processing abilities, logical reasoning skills, thinking and communication skills.
  2. Activities that support children’s moral and personality development to enhance children’s interests in learning and promote whole-person development.
  3. Activities that require children to identify and predict problems to enhance children’s ability to anlayse problems, make decisions and solve problems.
  4. Develop children’s expressive language skills.
  5. Help children acquire appropriate social behaviour patterns, e.g. obeying rules.