Education is not learning of facts but training the mind to think.
We as educators must encourage the kids to question rather than provide them the answers. A child can truly learn only when he tries to find answers himself and allows his perspective to be discursive, not just learning facts and established ideologies.
We, at Euro International School, provide a conducive environment for children to develop critical thinking skills and discover their own self. The greatest learning in life comes from asking questions because we ask only when we want to know and not when we are forced to know. We want our students to want to know.
We want them to experience the real joy of living not just obtain a vicarious knowledge of it through books. We want them to be known as honorable players and not just winners, as wise and not just intelligent, as understanding and not just knowledgeable, as kind and compassionate and not just friendly.
With changing time, schools should also adapt to the transitions in surroundings and modify the older ways of teaching. Technology, in today’s scenario, need to be handled carefully as it opens a plethora of knowledge and ideas flowing directly to the children. Protection against this explosion of knowledge then becomes our duty. Knowledge without wisdom is a dangerous thing and to teach our students to handle technology and the explosion of knowledge with wisdom is another challenge that we as teachers and parents must be prepared to deal with.
Working together with our parents and the community, we are committed to providing our students a safe, caring, academically challenging and diverse learning environment that will develop productive citizens for a changing world. I encourage each of you to be involved in your child’s education and be a partner with us in your child’s educational journey.