How We Do It?
DSHK values and recognizes the importance of Chinese culture in our students’ current and future lives. Our motto, I am not led, I lead guides our children as learners and developing leaders. Therefore, it is vital that our DSHK students lead from a place of principles and values. Our Chinese culture framework places a strong emphasis on cultivating a deep understanding of ancient Chinese values so that students lead with benevolence, wisdom, virtue, propriety, and trustworthiness. At each stage of development, students have the opportunity to grapple with meaningful contexts that help deepen their understanding of each value.
Our framework covers four main areas:
Through extensive study, practice, and interaction with Chinese culture, both ancient and modern, DSHK students develop a global view of the world, while staying anchored in traditional values.
Children are the experimenters and not the victims
Our children are the curriculum and the world is our textbook.
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