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CISK-Introduction to Each Programme


Teaching Features
Early years (3-6 years old) have laid the foundation for active social and cognitive learning in the future. Early life is an important stage of brain development. During this period, the brain is most vulnerable to experience and relationships, because children have experienced rapid growth in physical, cognitive, social and emotional fields
The quality of these experiences and relationships directly affects the structure of the developing brain. Therefore, it is essential that the Primary Stage Plan (PYP) community view early learning itself as a critical stage of development
In all IB courses, the development of learning method (ATL) skills and the attributes of IB learner profiles provide students with the ability and character they need to become lifelong learners.
Transdisciplinary Framework
The PYP transdisciplinary framework is designed to support the development of key cognitive and social affective abilities. The transdisciplinary approach reflects the way early learners learn through transdisciplinary and transdisciplinary questions and curiosity. The six transdisciplinary themes reflect the local and global context and build the survey framework in a meaningful and attractive way.
Educational Characteristics
Early exploration through games supports the view that learning is a positive process
A healthy learning environment and supportive relationships are created and displayed by the learning community to further support this learning process. When these elements are in place, children will respond with curiosity, imagination, creativity and initiative. Through this active inquiry process, they naturally developed their language ability, practiced symbol exploration and expression, and became autonomous learners. With the development of skills, early learners will develop a positive sense of identity so that they can interact, reflect and contribute to their own and others' learning and development in the early and future.
Characteristic Learning Skills
To lay the foundation for English art and develop five interrelated learning skills and methods

• Thinking ability
• Research Skills
• Communication skills
• Social skills
• Self management skills
Achieve personal growth by developing critical and creative thinking skills
Amazing achievements
In CISK, children learn in games, use language to exchange ideas and feelings, make friends, share and play with others. Learn through new experience, become more confident and feel stronger. Express yourself through art, dance and drama, use their knowledge, explore new ideas, and help them enjoy school.
High quality early childhood education
This is an important foundation for children's lifelong learning and growth. At CISK, we create a safe, substantial and meaningful learning environment for children. We respect and accept their culture and background, encourage them to study and explore independently, and become independent learners.
Under the education of our project, each child will achieve comprehensive and balanced development - healthy body, confident and happy attitude, good learning quality, sense of independence, good personality and world citizenship.
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