Higher order thinking requires the learning of critical thinking and problem solving. According to the cognitive domain of Bloom’s taxonomy, there are six areas of concentration: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.

Higher order thinking skills are those skills in the top three levels: analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Our approach develops these skills.

Traditional ELL was focused on the acquisition of the language but no real practical application of what was acquired. Through the Rise program we acquire the language through various means and delivery i.e. readers, textbooks, interactive software

We show our understanding by demonstrating within our Practice books and practical lessons in software

We apply that learning through digital and print based reading programs

We analyze, evaluate and create through the use of writing books, homework books and project based learning in teams

Leadership Training Program (21st Century Skills): Students learn social, life, and work skills through a project-based assignments. Students develop skills needed for excelling in school, university, and the workplace. Through our program, students acquire the following skills: project-management, teamwork and collaboration independent thinking and problem-solving application of knowledge (higher-order thinking) confidence and public speaking.

Higher Order Thinking Skills According to the cognitive domain of Bloom’s taxonomy, there are six areas of concentration: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Higher Order Thinking Skills are those skills in the top three levels: analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Our approach develops these skills.

Subject-Based English is taught through Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts. Students will gain proficiency in Academic English,

Immersive English language learning – A recognized method of teaching the second language where all subjects are taught through English. This allows students to learn English as a native speaker does.