Student Learning Expectations (SLEs)

A Nishimachi education is about much more than academic programs or subject offerings. What makes Nishimachi special is community and our culture of respect, understanding of diversity, focus on active learning, trust, and communication, and strong commitment to language learning, in both English and Japanese. We aim to develop in every student an awareness of, and appreciation for, all cultures. Six school-wide student learning expectations (SLEs) are at the center of our daily work: at Nishimachi students learn to be good communicators, collaborators, thinkers, responsible learners, developers of quality work, and global ambassadors.

A Communicator

  • Communicates interactively in a variety of forms in both Japanese and English
  • Shares beliefs and ideas openly, without cultural, social, or linguistic boundaries

A Thinker 

  • Reasons logically and creatively
  • Gathers, selects, interprets, evaluates, and reflects on information
  • Solves problems, makes decisions, and draws conclusions with an awareness of the implications

A Responsible Learner

  • Shows initiative, is self-directed, evaluates progress, and accepts constructive criticism
  • Values every life situation as a learning experience

A Collaborative Worker

  • Recognizes and respects individual differences and similarities
  • Demonstrates flexibility and responsibility through active involvement in support of group needs and goals
  • Fulfills a variety of roles including delegating, coordinating, and synthesizing tasks and products
  • Communicates interactively, displaying empathy and consideration for differing ideas

A Developer of Quality Work

  • Chooses the appropriate resources when responding to a challenge
  • Creates a product that achieves its purpose and reflects quality craftsmanship

A Global Ambassador

  • Demonstrates responsible participation, cultural awareness, compassion, and respect
  • Makes connections through multilingual and multicultural experiences, and functions as an open-minded community contributor
  • Strives to be mindful of ethics and respectful of the natural environment
  • Develops a personal sense of direction
Nishimachi International School
2-14-7 Moto Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0046 Japan Tel: +81- (0)3-3451-5520

A well-recognized, independent, and coeducational K-9 international school in central Tokyo.

Western Association of Schools and Colleges      

 

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