Learning Through Experience
At I-Lion Hawaii school, we believe in a hands-on approach to learning. Each lesson at ILHA typically consists of both classroom study and field study components. Students are taught in the classroom about a given topic relating to global citizenship and participate in many different learning activities. When the point of the lesson is understood, they are then given a chance to use and experience what they have just learned in a real, practical setting.
After field learning exercises are complete, the students return to the classroom to wrap up the day's lesson theme. Some of the places students may visit for their field learning experiences are Chinatown, nearby Ala Moana Shopping Center and Ala Moana Beach Park, the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Waikiki.
Learning through real experience is essential for students to understand about global citizenship and the important attributes of a global citizen. Due to its diverse array of people and cultures, Hawaii is a unique location for students to partake in "global learning," and gives ILHA students an advantage over other students learning about similar concepts. Studying at I-Lion Hawaii school truly offers them a once-in-a-lifetime chance to to grow and learn that they will not get anywhere else in the world.