We aim to break the student-teacher barrier with a more interactive curriculum, in which students get to learn subjects with a clear perspective of their real world application. This also enables teachers to recognise students’ value maps, and guide them in their processes of decision-making.
- Value Mapping: Enabling students to identify their own values on a “map”, so that they recognise how they constantly negotiate between different values through the decisions they make or stances they take, and learn how to prioritise specific values over others while making decisions in life situations.
- Prioritisation of values and Value dilemmas: Helping students reflect on how priorities tend to change based on situation or context; aiding them in recognising that they encounter value dilemmas every day – where their values may often be in conflict with one another – and helping them learn how to negotiate such dilemmas.
- Focus on students’ everyday realities and experiences: Using students’ own contexts to draw out relevant values attached to the subject matter being taught in the classroom.