Teaching Approach

Viisaus Learning Theory




Sense Development

Active Learning



IEM Learning Theory




DCMC Learning Theory

by Dedication to create value

by Collaboration to realize moral

by M. I. to facilitate learning

by Culture to cultivate dignity

1. Linguistic intelligence
2. Analytical Intelligence
3. Scientific Intelligence
4. Aesthetical Intelligence
5. Creative Intelligence

6. Physical Intelligence
7. Rhythmic Intelligence
8. Moralistic Intelligence
9. Sociable Intelligence
10. Emotional intelligence

1. Ability of memorising
2. Ability of analysis
3. Ability of thinking (reasoning)
4. Ability of resilience
5. Ability of learning
6. Ability of expression
7. Ability of writing
8. Ability of appreciation
9. Ability of criticism

10. Ability of involvement
11. Ability of contribution
12. Ability of reading
13. Ability of interpersonal skills
14. Ability of language
15. Ability of computing
16. Ability of organising
17. Ability of imagination
18. Ability of conception

19. Ability of self-realisation
20. Ability of being alert
21. Ability of observation
22. Ability of exploration
23. Ability of application
24. Ability of moral construction
25. Ability of self-control
26. Ability of management
27. Ability of decision making

28. Ability of creativity
29. Ability of acceptance
30. Ability of bravery
31. Ability of anti-frustration
32. Ability of independence
33. Ability of motor movement
34. Ability of working together
35. Ability of concentration
36. Ability of competition

1. Being proactive:
(a) Mastery of Self-management
(b) Mastery of Leadership
(c) Responsibility and Accountability

2. Being progressive:
(a) Continuous learning
(b) Aims and Objectives
(c) Improvement

3. Being sociable:
(a) Being understanding
(b) Being considerate
(c) Being respectful

4. Being positive:
(a) To keep positive mind
(b) To understand the root
(c) To do good deeds

5. Being determinative:
(a) To believe in beliefs
(b) To concentrate
(c) To persist

6. Being steady:
(a) Being down-to earth
(b) To have peaceful mind
(c) Not to be angry

No punishment
It does not mean “overindulgence”.

Under the punishment system, children may learn due to the fear of punishment without any willingness and joyfulness. We will review and analyse with students, let the students to bear all the consequences of the mistakes themselves and let the students learn from mistakes.

No retaining
It does not mean we allow “poor” academic performance.

If there is any learning difficulty, a special arrangement will be conducted to help the student to manage the difficulty instead of retaining the student for another year.

No termination of schooling
It does not mean “no condition”.

If our students are having learning or behavioural problems, we will try our best to keep them to stay with us instead of just sending them away. We do not give up easily unless the student is not willing to change.

No bad-labelling:
It does not mean “no management”.

Bad-labelling a student is unfair to him or her. Teachers are there to guide, not to label.