At Chamberlain International School, our educational philosophy is based upon the premise that every student can and will love learning. The educational program embraces an individualized philosophy, where each student learns in the way s/he learns best. Our low staffing ratio allows for instruction, support, and encouragement appropriate to each student. While the curriculum is rigorous and challenging, it is also delivered in a supportive atmosphere that allows students to learn strategies and content simultaneously while building self-esteem, social skills, and confidence.
Chamberlain International School’s educational program is able to accommodate many learning styles and needs. From multi-modality and project-based instruction to creative assessment of learning, the approach is designed to meet student needs. Our faculty is trained in communication, pragmatics, clinical presentation, and counseling so that they are able to offer a holistic approach to learning. Our faculty members are an eclectic mix of individuals with a wide range of experience, interest, and expertise. Teachers work collaboratively as a strong academic team and are able to highlight their own strengths through their work. They are educators of the highest quality and their enthusiasm is paramount to our success with each student.
Chamberlain’s learning theory and model has been developed over years of experience and research and encompasses a nurturing and structured framework which is combined with the characteristics of teachers and students to fuel the learning process. This process consists of constructivist learning with a focus on process and hands-on instruction. Chamberlain believes that students grow and learn through relationships and experiences.