Among other pursuits, students create a portfolio of their best work — guided by the Asia Society International Studies Schools Network four Graduation Portfolio System domains of global leadership — to earn a DCIS diploma. The four domains are below:
Students initiate investigations of the world by framing questions, analyzing and synthesizing relevant evidence, and drawing reasonable conclusions about globally focused issues.
Students recognize, articulate and apply an understanding of different perspectives (including their own).
Students translate their ideas, concerns and findings into appropriate and responsible individual or collaborative actions to improve conditions.
Students select and apply appropriate tools and strategies to communicate and collaborate effectively, meeting the needs and expectations of diverse individuals and groups.
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