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Programming

Our programming curricula goes beyond mere technical knowledge. It aims to produce well-rounded individuals who are not only proficient in technology but also responsible, safety-conscious, critical thinkers, who are ready to tackle the challenges of the digital age with confidence and integrity.

  1. Equipping Students with Essential Technology Skills:

    • Provide students with practical and relevant technology skills that are crucial in today's digital age. This includes familiarity with various operating systems, software applications, and 3D design tools. By the time our students graduate, they will have become competent touch-typists, able to use a standard keyboard in both English and Japanese. These skills empower students to navigate and utilize technology effectively, preparing them for the modern world.

  2. Instilling a Sense of Responsibility:

    • In addition to equipping students with technical skills, our curriculum places an emphasis on responsible technology use. Students gain an understanding of their responsibilities while utilizing digital devices, encompassing care for their devices, management of schoolwork, and the conscientious consideration of their online conduct. This instills a profound sense of responsibility and accountability in their utilization of technology.

  3. Promoting Safety in the Digital World:

    • In an age where online safety is paramount, we ensure that students are well-informed about the potential risks and challenges of the digital world. They learn about concepts such as stranger danger, not sharing personal information, and understanding the importance of privacy. This knowledge helps them navigate the internet and age appropriate digital platforms safely.

  4. Nurturing Critical Thinking Abilities:

    • One of our key goals is to foster critical thinking skills. Through programming, 3D design, and technology-related tasks, students are encouraged to think logically, creatively, and analytically. They solve problems, make decisions, and think critically about the digital challenges they encounter. Through the use of PBL (Project Based Learning), students are able to learn by doing. This nurtures their ability to adapt and find innovative solutions in all facets of life.

  5. Encouraging Creativity and Innovation:

    • The curriculum isn't just about using technology; it's also about encouraging students to be creative and innovative. In 3D design, for instance, they learn how to create and manipulate objects in a three-dimensional space, fostering their imagination and design skills. This creative aspect is essential in modern problem-solving and technological innovation, not to mention bringing beauty and fun into the classroom. 

  6. Preparation for the Future:

    • Looking beyond the immediate advantages, our curriculum empowers students with skills that are not only relevant for their present education but also invaluable for their future. In a world that is progressively digital, the ability to comprehend technology and exercise responsible usage is paramount. Furthermore, the critical thinking skills cultivated in these courses transcend the classroom, offering versatile problem-solving abilities that will serve them well in their broader education and throughout life.

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