To develop future-ready global youth who will enhance society through their scholastic achievements and innovative mindset; possess a drive to excel, compassion and an understanding of the complex and uncertain world around them.
To develop students who will:
This will be achieved through:
What constructs a well-structured teaching module? An effective pedagogy. Pedagogy is the science of teaching or education. At Pearson, our pedagogy focuses on ‘how’ teaching and learning occurs. We use an array of teaching strategies which include direct instruction, collaborative learning and project-based learning. Ultimately, we aim to blend consistency and variety in teaching methods by combining established learning theories with innovative practices and programmes. All of which enable students to improve their learning outcomes and achieve their full potential.
Our teaching and learning theories are based on proven educational practices. In addition to this, we’ve adapted them to the contemporary and innovative methods gaining popularity across the globe. We use cognitive, emotional, and environmental influences to help students absorb, process and retain information more effectively. We also make it a point to include a wide variety of experiential and visual approaches.
Our teaching methodologies are outcome-centric. This helps identify the progress students make after a specific learning activity. Thus determining the gap between their existing learning condition and their desired learning state, while providing better direction for the planning of all learning activities.
The delivery mechanisms followed by Pearson for school curricula are learner centric. This is set in place in order to make measurable impacts on students’ lives. Some of the learning outcomes we aim for are: