The Philosophy of Catholic Education
“[A] true education aims at the formation of the human person both with respect to his [/her] ultimate goal and at the same time with respect to the good of those societies of which as a human being he [/she] is a member and in whose responsibilities he [/she] will, as an adult, have a share.”Pope Paul VI. “Declaration on Christian Education — Gravissimum Educationis.” Vatican: the Holy See. Rome, 28 October 1965
The Philosophy of the Dominican International School Kaohsiung
The Dominican International School Kaohsiung aims to provide a caring Catholic environment that allows each learner to be the best person spiritually, morally, and intellectually. DISK cultivates respectful individuals who are responsible members of society that give witness to Christ every day.
- Maintain a student-centered class atmosphere where the teacher sets achievable targets to enable students in pursuing their dreams.
- Encourage exploration of the curriculum using academic and technological resources to define purposeful teaching and learning.
- Focus on creating a safe learning environment, where students feel accepted for who they are and confident in their learning process.