Education styles demonstrate diversity


Ryan Huang, News editor

Each teacher has their own teaching style, whether it is teaching through lectures, projects, experiments or discussions. However, each student also has ways where they learn best. For example, 43.6% of students are visual learners, and, within that group, 41.5% prefer interactive learning, 22% prefer lecture-based learning and 13.4% prefer discussion-based learning. Thus, teachers use the guidance of instructional deans to make their curriculums suitable for a wider range of students. Most teachers meet once a year with instructional deans to evaluate technology literacy and emotional wellness within classrooms. “I believe each subject is unique in its own special way,” instructional dean Nelson Chen said. “We align the school’s vision and mission with teachers’ curriculum and instruction.”