GLOBAL EDUCATION

We are a diverse and inclusive environment of globally minded leaders and learners committed to shaping a better world.

Preparing students for an increasingly global society, Omkar's programs and co-curricular opportunities extend beyond the classroom and across international borders. With a broadly focused curriculum, exceptional resources and international memberships, global connections instill values such as empathy, independence, adaptability and cultural understanding.


We must work to broaden our student's understanding of citizenship to include a true appreciation of global forces so that they can become engaged citizens of the world.


Inspiring Understanding and Lifelong Global Engagement :



Global education is an integral part of the OCIS mission. As a global school, our aim is to promote understanding and learning of world cultures and to expose students to different ways of thinking and living. As part of an emerging community that transcends borders, our students will be tackling significant global issues in their lifetime, and we are committed to helping them prepare for their role in an evolving global society.


Today, we must plan for technologies and professions not yet invented that will likely be key to defining global interaction in the future. We need to help our students find comfort with change and develop a genuine sense of flexibility and adaptability. We need to offer them experiences as members of problem-solving teams and provide them with meaningful opportunities to travel and to see and experience the rich diversity of our world.


Global education in today’s classrooms, where teachers act as facilitators, helping learners to express their own ideas and explore them together in a structured way.


CONE OF LEARNING WITH US


ASSESSMENT BASED ON BLOOMS TAXONOMY

Combining parts to make a new whole

Create

Judging the value of information or ideas

Evaluate

Breaking down information into component parts.

Analyze

Applying the facts, rules, concepts and ideas.

Apply

Understanding what the facts mean.

Understand

Recognizing and recalling facts.

Remember


Bloom's Taxonomy was created in 1956 under the leadership of educational psychologist Dr Benjamin Bloom in order to promote higher forms of thinking in education, such as analyzing and evaluating concepts, processes, procedures, and principles, rather than just remembering facts (rote learning). Remembering (or knowledge) is the lowest level of the taxonomy. Just like it sounds, it simply means that the students can remember the information. They should be able to recall, define, or recite something. A teacher could assess remembering by requiring any of these skills on an exam.

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