测试视野 testing vision
Home > 学习@培华 Learning @ Pei Hwa > Special Programme > Thinkers Today, Leaders Tomorrow (TTLT) programme
Thinkers Today, Leaders Tomorrow (TTLT) programme
TTLT is PHPSS’s cornerstone programme using the X3 development plan, focusing on the levels of extension and excellence.
It is a 2 year programme designed to develop a selected group of students who excels in specific disciplines and skills. The programme focuses on enhancing the child’s thinking process, leadership competency and communication skills through a skill-based developmental curriculum.
TTLT provides an opportunity for the identified group of students to go through a structured approach to develop their strengths and showcase their talents through different platforms such as school-wide presentations and national-level competitions.
The programme encompasses the 4 core subjects of English, Math, Chinese and Science. The overarching focus of the programme is to emphasize on skills, which would be evident in all 4 modules.
Objectives of TTLT
TTLT aims to
- provide each child with thinking, leadership and communication skills through various pedagogical approaches.
- develop various higher-order thinking skills to enrich cognitive processes.
- develop each child into capable leaders through the 5 practices of leadership.
- develop each child into confident and competent communicators
Thinking, leadership and communication skills (TLC skills)
A TTLT student would be developed in the TLC skills through the enrichment of C.P.P.L.
- Content enrichment
- Process enrichment (Development on skills)
- Product enrichment (Development on skills)
The TTLT curriculum focuses on three main skills which are thinking, leadership and communication.
5 Practices of Exemplary leadership
The focus on these TLC skills is developed from the 21CC and the 5 minds of the future. The various skills, knowledge and processes from our School-Based Total Curriculum acts as the framework for the identification of the various skills essential in the development of our TTLT student.