In primary school level, there are 24 students in each class; in secondary level, there are 30. Small class teaching can facilitate students’ participation in and passion for classes. The mode of teaching can also enhance the intensity and efficiency of class activities, promote interactions between teachers and students, so as to improve class quality.
We combine fixed and shift classes. In some courses, there are fixed classrooms and teachers, and students can take turns to have these classes. This mode of teaching can enhance students’ interest to and their cooperation in courses.
We set up bilingual classes to adapt students to international courses.
We take into consideration of students’ status quo and their differences, and design tailored courses for each student so that they can develop their strengths and make up deficiencies. In order to promote students’ overall development, we also provide personal tutoring for students in need.
Our teachers adhere to interactive teaching theory and give emphasis to solving problems and finishing tasks. Under such mode of teaching, students are active participants in classes and they also develop abilities of finding and solving problems.
Cooperative Inquiry Teaching
Teachers will give students tasks that require cooperation. Students will divide the task in order to finish it. By doing so, they can have inquisitive and cooperative studies and develop their willingness to cooperate.