This kind of questioning truly motivates students and fosters critical thinking.Mr. Masayuki Kuroda
Teacher, Jumonji High School, Tokyo, Japan
Mr. Kuroda is a Maths teacher who uses CSF teaching materials on his courses in high school.
He says: “The most innovative aspect of Code School Finland is their learner- centric instruction model. The curriculum is designed so that each student thinks and builds knowledge.
For example, instead of giving an explanation, such as ‘The value range of this sensor is about this level’, Code School Finland states: ‘Let’s find out value range of this sensor, and think about how we can test the value of the sensor’.
I believe that embedding this kind of questioning truly motivates students and fosters critical thinking.”
Jumonji Gakuen High School
Founded in Tokyo in 1922, Jumonji Gakuen High School is a private girls’ school with both Junior and Senior campuses with a goal to provide girls with more educational opportunities in order to increase their contribution to society. Today the school emphasises international environment and STEM education.