Events Calendar

    • SunJul21 School Closed - Summer Holidays
    • MonJul22 School Closed - Summer Holidays
    • TueJul23 School Closed - Summer Holidays
    • WedJul24 School Closed - Summer Holidays
    • ThuJul25 School Closed - Summer Holidays

Strategies of Success

The Strategies of Success program is the hub of the AISK Middle School program, focusing students and teachers on the key to success, self-knowledge, developing passions and finding a purpose in life.  Strategies of  Success curriculum provides the structure to explicitly teach students the tools they will need as they navigate health, wellness, self-management, social and learning skills, as well as digital citizenship to highlight a few critical life skills.

 

Learning Skills

Learning skills provide opportunities to practice strategies to learn and study effectively.

  • Organisational Skills
  • Study Skills
  • Note Taking
  • Digital Citizenship:Using digital devices to become more effective learners

 

Self Management

Opportunities to practice strategies to be more efficient people.

  • Self-awareness, self-advocacy, self-regulation
  • Mindfulness and Wellbeing
  • Time Management
  • Resilience and Risk-taking
  • Digital Citizenship: Manage time spent on devices

Social Skills

Opportunities to practice strategies to work and play well with others.

  • Conflict resolution
  • Learning how to collaborate
  • Empathetic connecting with others
  • Digital Citizenship: Appropriate uses of digital mediums

Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness fosters a healthy lifestyle taking into account:

  • Nutrition
  • Exercise
  • Substance Abuse
  • Healthy Life Choices
  • Sexual Education
  • Digital Citizenship: Effects of excessive use of digital devices

Digital Literacy

Teachers facilitate learning in the digital age. Students will be able to identify how learning can change when technology is leveraged for authentic, purposeful activities and deeper, engaged learning.  Coding skills are developed so that all students practice computational thinking.

Guided by the International Society for Technology Education (ISTE) standards for learning, students build their technology skills by integrating:

  • Personal data management

  • Effective Communication

  • Collaborative tools

  • Word processing

  • Problem solving

  • Computational thinking

  • Research skills

  • Multimedia presentations

  • Learning projects 

A key component to SoS are empowered students who are engaged more fully in their education. By allowing students to make choices within a given context, we guide their learning while encouraging self-reliance.

2 College Green Avenue, Kingston 6, Jamaica
Tel: 1-876-702-2070-3 | Fax: 1-876-702-2074

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