The Rondine Method is the response to the challenges of globalization. It aims to instil in learners the values, attitudes and behaviours that support responsible global citizenship: creativity, innovation, and commitment to peace, human rights and sustainable development. The Rondine Method proposes new transdisciplinary ways of entangling subject disciplines not simply as acquisition of knowledge and skills, but as important activities with the potential to make a real impact on one’s life and one’s community. Central to this endeavour is to develop ways in which areas of the curriculum may integrate differently to develop holistic skills. It helps to break away from subject-area silos and approach learning through inquiry-based, collaborative, action-oriented methodologies that leverage knowledge and skills across subject areas to tackle real-life sustainable development challenges in our communities and globally.
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