CIA’s core values consist of inclusivity, patience, solicitude and respect. These values lead to the real adaptive learning and student-centred approach. Our pupils discover their passion for learning through teamwork activities and hands-on projects. Ultimately, we want our pupils to have these three abilities: The ability to express, to survive, and to learn.
At CIA, our kids enjoy learning so much. Once you walk into CIA, you will soon find our kids practicing musical instruments no matter if it is after class or during their lunch break. You will also see some kids gathered together practicing golf, tennis, or even watching an English movie or reading a novel together. The true immersive learning is silently planted in the hearts of our pupils. No kind reminder needed, our kids want to learn eagerly and do so automatically. Additionally, CIA arranges fantastic events and activities for our pupils to participate in, such as micro study tours and English camps. There is even an ICRT Tainan station located on the CIA campus! Students can always find some time to take a tour there, enjoy the fun of broadcasting, and of course, have lots of English speaking opportunities!
Unlike most schools determining the learning capability by grading, CIA does not apply the rank-order grading system. Instead, our teachers evaluate the learning capability of each pupil by providing constructive comments. This method can actually help our pupils to improve and get better in a more tailored way.