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Kwangju Foreign School

Expected School Learning Outcomes

  • Students are responsible, globally conscious citizens.
    1. Students have respect for themselves and others, and exhibit honesty and integrity in their interactions with others.
    2. Students exhibit a positive work ethic through effort and diligence.
    3. Students accept responsibility for themselves in their interactions with diverse communities and the Earth.
    4. Students adapt to and appreciate diverse cultures while maintaining their own cultural identity.
    5. Students make responsible decisions in their interactions with the environment.
  • Students are critical thinkers and problem solvers.
    1. Students ask questions that challenge the validity of acquired knowledge and accepted beliefs or practices.
    2. Students analyze situations and challenges and use prior knowledge to solve problems.
    3. Students are self-aware learners and can use their strengths and acknowledge their weaknesses for maximum personal achievement.
    4. Students actively develop skills and habits that will promote academic and vocational success.
    5. Students engage with learning to develop a love for knowledge that will encourage the pursuit of life-long learning.
  • Students can collaborate and communicate effectively.
      1. Students can work in diverse teams to reach a common goal by employing skills such as time management, flexibility, problem solving, and compromise.
      2. Students collaborate to assign / delegate roles and responsibilities within a group.
      3. Students effectively communicate ideas to a variety of audiences through writing, speaking, technology, and the arts.
      4. Students demonstrate listening skills in both small and large group settings.
  • Students can use technology to gather information and solve problems.
    1. Students access and explore current, up-to-date information using digital technology tools.
    2. Students cultivate the necessary technology skills to be competitive in the global market and realize their ambitions.
    3. Students exhibit authentic and innovative problem solving skills through multimedia tools.
    4. Students construct hands-on projects in order to demonstrate their mastery of diverse, multi-disciplinary learning objectives.
    5. Students demonstrate digital citizenship by showing an understanding of, and consistently adhering to, guidelines on internet safety, privacy, & security; online relationships, communication, and cyber bullying; digital footprint, reputation, self image, and identity; information literacy; and creative credit and copyright.
    6. Students manipulate and employ a variety of technologies to foster a better understanding of curriculum objectives across diverse subject areas.