The CEDEI School offers comprehensive instruction. On one hand, the students learn subjects such as math, language, or science. At the same time, they take on issues related to culture, the environment, and reflect on human values.
This month, the students of the CEDEI School will learn about the story of Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. This students will also learn about the importance of respecting Human Rights, a key factor in peaceful coexistence. To this is added the analysis of the value of Solidarity.
These issues are taken on in different environments, such as the weekly conversations. These conversations have the goal of facilitating the dialogue between students and teachers, in order to deepen their understanding, and at the same time, express their opinions.
In the academic area, the teachers employ the methodology of multiple intelligences, which are: mathematical logic, linguistics, visual-spacial, nature, interpersonal, music, and kinesthetic. Each intelligence is reinforced in both English and Spanish; that is, the students learn subjects such as math, language arts, science and others in both languages. In this way, the students become more familiar with each language, all the time. Furthermore, French is learned from 3rd grade, as a separate subject.
All of these aspects are part of the comprehensive instruction that the CEDEI School offers its students, taking on these different areas of knowledge.
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