教育目標 Our Goals
In June of 1999 the Ministry of Education in Taiwan followed the foot steps of several developed nations, including the US, Canada, Japan, and the UK, and made a breakthrough in reshaping the education system in Taiwan. Parents have the responsibility towards their children but are free to choose the method, content, and institution in which they are taught for the greatest benefit of the children. Parents now have more flexibility in choosing the most suitable learning environment for their children, thus minimizing the impact of forceful education.
Karl International Experiment Education Institution (KIEEI) was established by a group of passionate and experience educators. Parents and students have long hoped for an alternative form of education that sets itself apart from conventional Asian approach filled with tests, exams, and a lack of creativity. Our innovative classes break through the traditional methodologies and limits and guide students in using programming and technology to learn and resolve problems creativity in preparation for the future.
According to a study done by economist Casey Davidson from Duke University, 65% college graduates who begin their elementary education after 2011 will work in positions that are non-existent today. Education of the future should focus on teaching students abilities that would allow them to think and resolve problems independently and to quickly adapt to new skills.
Students will be able to realize their dreams and build a foundation in Taiwan while becoming global citizens. This will ensure that they will be successful in life, whether that leads to international relocation or a thriving life here in Taiwan.
Our education approach students’ communication, resilience, professionalism, creativity, and ability to apply what they learned in the real world. Our language program equips our students with additional foreign languages in addition to English and Chinese. Furthermore, we have a diverse range of exploratory activities aimed at improving students’ adaptability and creativity.
Four special programs have been developed by Karl faculty to support students' core abilities – Global Vision, Social Understanding, Digital Knowledge, and Performing Arts. Students gain a wider understanding of global issues and communities through volunteering experiences.