Students as active participants in education

A revolution? Not at all! How can anyone learn without being truly active? Often, a question attracts our attention, we look for answers through study and we develop a solution. Finally, we evaluate the solution by assessing its validity and the quality of our approach.

Faced with an active student, the role of the teacher is no longer oriented solely towards passing on knowledge with an existing structure. It also involves posing questions and suggesting relevant, rewarding situations.

An active student needs to operate within a stimulating environment. We have constructed this environment for you around a set of principles. These include diversity of teaching methods, a balance between team and individual work, assessment integrated with the teaching and an annual timetable with a sound balance between activities.