Learning to program at school from an early age is fundamental for the development of technological, thinking, and research skills, which will be of great use for the future of our students. Now that we live in a digital age, learning to program is an incredible skill that can also develop the creative and problem-solving skills of all of them.
IB World Schools, such as Casvi, use technology to promote the fundamental principles of the International Baccalaureate programs. These include multilingualism, the development of the profile of the learning community, and approaches to learning.
Since the goal of IB programs is to develop independent learners who are able to think critically and have the skills to create a better world, the use of technology has become key to that process.
Technologies in Education also allow our students to take full advantage of the most innovative pedagogical resources that the IB methodology allows.
At Casvi International American School we adapt to the new challenges and needs of society. In this way, our students can be trained for the future and be more competitive than the rest.
For this reason, we consider it fundamental to develop STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) vocations among our students. We promote their technological competence from an early age until their incorporation into the working world.
All of this is aimed at developing 21st-century skills. Skills that help our students to be successful both in the academic world and in life in general.
At Casvi we believe it is necessary to provide our students with the tools to become global citizens through global competencies. We do this by introducing in a pioneering way in our educational curriculum Robotics and the most used programming languages in the working world.
– Develops computational thinking from an early age.
– Improves their attention span.
– Serves to expand the labor supply in their professional future.
– Promotes a greater ability to solve problems.
– Improves self-esteem and confidence.