As part of our Accreditation for Growth initiatives, ISG Jubail has identified four areas in which we strive to influence our students: Thinking, Understanding, Communicating and Striving for Excellence. We have designed the "Graduate Profile" as a benchmark against which we gauge how well we are serving our students' needs.

This "Graduate Profile" describes our goals for each graduate of ISG Jubail - the characteristics that we value and strive to produce and encourage in each student so that when they walk out of our doors, they walk out as a living embodiment of our mission statement: "The ISG Jubail student is inspired to strive for academic excellence, a balanced life and service to others."

Graduate Profile

Below are descriptions of evidence of each part of the graduate profile. For example, a student who demonstrates proficiency in "Understanding", "Applies learning" to his or her every day life, like determining a restaurant tip by calculating percentages.

Thinking

Analytical Problem Solving
Challenging Presuppositions
Discerning
Innovating
Inquiring & Creating

Understanding

Adaptability
Applies Learning
Goal-Oriented

Communicating

Articulate
Empathetic
Effective & Expressive
Collaborative

Striving for Personal Excellence

Meaningful Service
Wellness & Health
Ethics & Principles
Open-Mindedness


 

Belief Statements

In addition to these four areas, we believe:

...our resources provide opportunities for all students to achieve their highest potential. 

...international mindedness is an important characteristic to develop in our students.

...in lifelong learning. 

...in the education of the whole child: academically, socially, creatively and physically. 

...technology is a critical learning tool. 

...our educational goals are clearly defined and our outcomes are measurable and attainable.

...a safe and supportive learning environment is critical to student achievement. 

...educational success requires a partnership between students, parents and educators. 

...literacy and numeracy are fundamental building blocks for learning. 

...learning occurs best in context and when connected to previous experiences.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 October 2013 12:50