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Why reshaping


According to many experts and educators from all around the globe, it is time to rethink our approach to Education and embrace new possibilities to transform schools and improve the way we prepare students. 

"The time spent in school is, in fact, much less important than how the available time is spent and on which field of education, how motivated students are to achieve, how strong the curriculum is and how good the teachers are." 

OECD Education

In other words, "HOW WE LEARN" is more important and impactful than "HOW MUCH WE LEARN".


Shaping a positive, inspiring, engaging, inclusive and supportive culture of learning is essential. Without it, any curriculum becomes either irrelevant or misused. When schools create such a powerful culture, learning becomes easier, fluid, authentic, meaningful, personalized and collaborative.


Explore the key principles of ICA's Culture of Learning


1. Learner-Driven, Holistic and Personalized

We believe that learners and educators are agents of their growth and development. Therefore, a learner-driven, holistic and personalized approach makes learning more relevant and tailored to everyone's needs, strengths and interests. We all have a unique combination of identity, experience and mindset that must be noticed, valued and taken into account to personalize learning. 


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The central focus of the International Comprehensive learning framework is the lifelong growth of every learner to pursue their aspiration accomplished through inquiry learning and integrating overarching forces of environment, languages, time, relationships and external factors.

This approach has been designed so that schools can create an inspiring, inclusive, meaningful, student-centred and competency-driven learning environment.

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