We aim high at being focused on building strong long life learning to our students through learning theories, such as active learning, constructive learning, participative learning, reflective practice and sociocultural theory. Our learning outcomes are competitive knowledge, professional networking, skills and long term goals. We use learning methodologies reflective practice, agile methodologies, emergent knowledge structures and collaborative learning.
We are leaded by new concepts of new digital generations with ability of multitasking and concentration in very short time period. Students usually use simultaneous tasks that provide superficial view, rather than an in-depth understanding, of information. Our philosophy follows extended mind theory reflected to social, global and Internet manner.
Intelligence: "The capacity to acquire and apply knowledge, especially toward a purposeful goal."
" Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes. "
" One way to think of the Information Technology revolution is to think of cyberspace as a new continent -- equivalent to discovery of the Americas 500 years ago. "