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The Eureka School curriculum is designed to meet the needs of the 21st century, of individual students as well as the needs of local and global communities.
Different methods and courses are used at Eureka School to make the curriculum better and more interesting. Some of these are:
A teaching approach that emphasizes mental calculation and problem-solving skills for early-class students. Mind math involves teaching student techniques to perform arithmetic calculations mentally, such as visualizing numbers and using memory techniques.
Activities for early-class students that we organize to teach basic food preparation skills, such as washing fruits and vegetables, mixing ingredients, and assembling simple snacks. These activities aim to teach children about nutrition, healthy eating habits, and basic kitchen safety.
Refers to Islamic studies classes that Eureka School offer to early-class students. Students learn about Islamic beliefs, ethics, and practices, as well as Arabic to read and understand the Quran. Quranic studies aim to promote spiritual and moral development and encourage students to lead a virtuous life according to Islamic principles involves teaching student techniques to perform arithmetic calculations mentally, such as visualizing numbers and using memory techniques.
A martial art that Eureka School offer as a physical education option for early-class students. Taekwondo classes aim to develop physical strength, mental discipline, and self-confidence in children.
The design, construction, and programming of robots in a school setting for early-class students. Robotics classes aim to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, promote creativity and innovation, and expose students to emerging technologies.
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