Jakarta, Indonesia, November 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) to Launch Specialized Program Called JIS Learning Center as part of its ongoing mission to provide an inclusive and high-quality educational experience for students with learning needs intensive.
One of the few to operate in a joint cooperation school (SPK) in Indonesia, the JIS Learning Center will be a program designed for children aged 4 to 11 with intellectual disabilities. There are plans to expand the program to older students in the coming years.
â€œWe respect and appreciate the fact that no two children are the same. This means that children do not learn or develop in the same way or at the same rate, â€says the acting school principal of JIS. Maya nelson. “As a school that embraces the values â€‹â€‹of diversity, equity and inclusion, JIS understands the need to evolve and expand our curriculum to make room for students with diverse learning differences.”
The terms used to describe what these children go through have evolved as our understanding of neurodevelopment has grown. Perhaps the best known is “learning difficulty”, but learning needs, learning differences and neuro-diversity are increasingly prevalent.
The JIS Learning Center, Nelson adds, will provide a safe and nurturing space for children who need more support in their overall development – specialist and expert advice they may not receive in a classroom. conventional. The culminating goal of the program, designed by JIS educators with decades of combined experience in special education, is for students to confidently acquire and use a range of functional academic skills and life skills, resulting in in a level of independence.
“They will be actively engaged in individual and collaborative activities in a structured yet stimulating learning environment. Our goal is for them to be ready for the future and become active members of their community,” said Nelson.
The JIS Learning Center will open at August 2022, in time for the 2022/23 academic year. Registration is currently open. To learn more about the program and how to apply, visit the website JIS Learning Center website.
About Jakarta Intercultural School
JIS was founded in 1951 by United Nations agents who aimed to introduce relevant English schooling for the children of expatriates in a newly independent country. Indonesia. Originally named the Joint Embassy School (JES) in honor of our then British, American, Australian and Yugoslav embassy partners, JIS has become a pioneer of international education in the archipelago and region.
A name change in 1977 saw us become Jakarta International School and finally Jakarta Intercultural School in 2014. Today, with high expectations for results-oriented and engaged learning, JIS helps every member of the community to learn. to be the best. for the world.
As we continue our 70-year journey, we value every learner whose personal story enriches ours. With some 1,900 students, over 200 faculty members and countless alumni and parents contributing daily to the school’s legacy and the world around us, our diverse community remains encouraged, humbled and motivated to continue to grow as lifelong learners.
For more information, please visit https://www.jisedu.or.id/
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