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Jackson Garland, High School Faculty
Posted 13/06/2019 12:16PM
Faculty Voice

"I believe the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme strikes a good mix between academic rigour and pursuit of individual student interests and passions, both at High School level and across all grades. The IB's inquiry-based model provides so many options. Secondary students can shape what their education looks like with UNIS Hanoi's extensive course offerings in each subject area. IB education is a great opportunity for students to chart their own course according to what interests them most.

As a teacher, what I love about UNIS Hanoi are all the opportunities for students: there is a wide variety of paths open to students to pursue their passions and interests. As an Arts teacher, my students have many choices: vocal and instrumental music, the whole realm of visual arts, drama, dance, film and media. These pathways exist in the IB framework and curriculum, but UNIS Hanoi also offers opportunities for even more in a co-curricular context across many subject areas. What stands out across all these opportunities -  for leadership, team building, outreach to the broader community through service, traveling to participate and compete in Model United Nations (MUN), Mekong River International Schools Associations (MRISA), and Asia Pacific Athletics Conference (APAC) - is the opportunity for our students to connect. We really value community and it shows through all these connections."

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