Building critical thinking, analyzing and problem-solving as well as the ability to work independently is considered one of the top priorities of advanced education in the world. In developed countries, children are taught and learn science through experiments from the pre-primary level (5 years old) and advanced at higher education levels.

The science program at HILL is designed to alternate between classroom sessions in the laboratory and field trips to consolidate and verify the knowledge that has been taught. Students practice scientific inquiry based on experiential learning, rooted in experimentation to create knowledge through contemplating what happens, conceptualizing it, and then using knowledge from experience to apply to a new situation.

Lessons in the science program are creatively designed on the basis of references to science teaching curricula in UK (Cambridge Science), USA (Scott Forestman, California Science), Australia (Australian). Curriculum),… This programs are divided into 4 topics:

Topic 1: Life Science

Topic 2: Earth Science

Topic 3: Physical Science

Topic 4: Space and Technology

We adhere to the teaching method: 'Students-centered learning'. All hands-on and experiential activities are creatively designed to encourage two-way interactions between teachers and students that foster critical thinking. Through the learning process, children are trained in their thinking ability by developing the ability to ask questions, take notes, observe, hypothesize, compare, classify and analyze as well as behave in different situations in the public environment.

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