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Know more About International Schooling

International schooling can be privately or publicly run. The staff working in international schools is usually chosen from job fairs from whom a fair deal of commitment, dedication and expertise in their subjects is demanded. They need to be specially trained for an international syllabus which is slightly different from ordinary schools. The curriculum is usually based on the country of the school’s origin but keeping in mind international standards other global standards of education are followed like the International Cambridge Certification (IGCSE), the CBSE (Senior Secondary), the All India Secondary School Examinations (AISSCE) or AICE (Advanced International Certificate Of Education). The PYP (Primary Years Program) till Grade 6 and the MYP (Middle Years Program) for Grades 6 to 10 offered by the IB (International Baccalaureate) coach a balanced curriculum in the international schools based on the development of concepts, skills, knowledge, self-enquiry and initiative.

There are several international schools in India. Core subjects like English, Art, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies and Languages are taught in such kind of schools apart from Music, Computer Science, Arts and Crafts. Since there are many students who come from countries where English is not spoken, there are several language options like French, Tamil, English, etc. For students wanting to learn the English language, it is taught through ESL or English as a Second Language. This helps primarily in providing a social, cultural and academic integration of sorts. Creative, Vocational and Technical subjects are also taught apart from extra curricular activities that include physical training and games. Scientific, technological, mathematical, artistic, musical, historical, social, linguistic and cultural approaches are made use of here.

Project based education is another excellent source of international schooling. This makes the course student-based and more interactive. International exchange programs make the process of international schooling interesting and enjoying. This way, students of different nations learn about different countries and expand their knowledge. Apart from this, written tests, student conferences and demonstrations develop the taught, written and learned curriculum preparing the students to compete in the fast changing and advancing world.

The Indian method of learning is more detailed but the international form of education makes learning easy, intelligence and aptitude based and all inclusive. Just enough students are admitted to be able to give individual attention to all. The students are encouraged to learn through enquiry, research, presentation and application in their respective subjects. What stands out here in this form of international schooling is that there is an overall development of children helping them work on their talents and abilities instead of just learning theory based knowledge in academics.

International schooling has become the need of the day for innumerable students wanting to pursue higher studies in globally well acclaimed institutions abroad. As the whole world unites together on common issues and problems, maybe, what we need is a common international form of education that incorporates the good elements of good and efficient schools all over the world.