Indonesian Educators Study Critical Thinking at San Sisto College

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San Sisto College recently played host to Sister Moekti Gondosasmito and a delegation of educators from Saint Ursula's School in Jakarta, in Brisbane to learn more about our partnership with the University of Queensland in embedding Critical Thinking and Learning in our teaching practices. 

Our college has been recognised by UQ as “ahead of the curve" in this innovative pedagogy, essential in girls' education.

Mrs Cara Robinson-Taylor (Assistant Principal Learning and Pedagogy, currently on secondment to the BCE office, coaching Critical Thinking and Learning pedagogy to other schools in the system) and Project Lead, Mr Peter Barber, delivered an overview of our schoolwide approach to learning and teaching, and the exceptional benefits Critical Thinking brings to our students. 

Critical Thinking is considered among the most essential skills for the 21st century workplace and prepares our students for active citizenship, leadership, change-making, and the ever-changing technological landscape.

Our international visitors then observed Critical Thinking in practice the classroom. Principal Warren Bath said, “It is wonderful for San Sisto College to be recognised for the learning opportunities offered to our students and to receive such positive affirmation for the success of our school."




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