Dhammajarinee Witthaya School offers a holistic education
with traditional academics according to the Thai national curriculum,
21st-century skills, culturing in Thai values, and personal development
to unfold the full creative potential of every student.
Active Learning Method
Active learning engages students in the course material through lively discussions, problem-solving, case studies, role-playing, and other hands-on approaches to learning.
Open Approach to Mathematics
The Open Approach to Mathematics simultaneously fosters creative activities in the students and stimulates mathematical thinking in problem-solving. There are two main aspects: searching for all solutions to a task and accepting different forms of notation of a given solution. Open-ended math tasks have been shown to build students' math confidence. Additionally, problem-solving encourages students to believe in their ability to think mathematically, because they can see that they can apply their already-learned math knowledge to solve problems. This is empowering and encourages students to extend their learning and reflect on their thinking.
Stress management and self-development and programs for faculty, students, and staff
The school employs meditation and yoga to help manage stress and form a foundation of inner peace, confidence, creativity, and happiness. Ongoing socioemotional workshops include topics such as conflict resolution, teamwork, empowerment, and career guidance for students.
After school, the students participate in a variety of activities, including:
As Thailand is 93.5% Buddhist, most students follow Buddhism. The school teaches universal Buddhist principles, including compassion, global citizenship, morality, ethics, and service. The school does not discriminate based on religion, and Buddhist classes and Buddhist recitation are optional for non-Buddhist students.