The classrooms at KOK School thrive with the buoyancy of catering to the innate needs of the students by way of granting ample prospects to put in place their learning and understanding towards real-life circumstances and challenges. Students are taught to ask questions, become skilled to explore possibilities and eventually gain knowledge to investigate answers with sublime confidence. Students study the art of remaining tactical whilst adapting to change and uncertainty that empowers them to diligently operate and remain in command of new technologies, as such. Students ascertain the art of shrewdness and resourcefulness, which empowers them to apply its relevance towards navigating the ensuing complexities of worldly activities.
Our classroom strategies shall be classified as follows:
- Management: The set of strategies that teachers and students use to ensure a productive, harmonious learning environment to prevent disruptions in the learning process.
- Orchestration: The processes of structuring classroom interactions and activities in ways that harmonize values of home and school, drawing on students’ cultural resources to resolve problems, avoid conflicts, and minimize the need for discipline.
- Organization: The way that teachers structure classroom interactions and activities to promote learning, including communication, relationships, time, and the arrangement of the physical environment.
- Discipline: Any action or set of actions taken by the teacher to directly control student behavior.