为了着力培养学生们的逻辑思维能力,创造力,专注力,记忆力,表达力,高效的运算能力以及高速的阅读能力, Golden Key Education组建了脑力开发教师团队，整合了南澳教育局对ACARA（澳大利亚各科的统一教学大纲）3-7年级的课程要求，为学生们在每一节课制定了四个不同版块的课堂兴趣活动及课堂学习手册。其中包含了与教学大纲接轨的数学和英文训练，并加入了与UMAT(医学逻辑测试) 相关的练习，让学生在感受快乐教育的同时，提升综合能力以及情商。
Brain-It-On 青少年脑力开发课为两个不同级别的班级组准备了不同等级的课堂内容。其中包括四个板块分别是Detective(侦探推理)，Patterns & Problem solving (规律及数学模型分析)，Pictorial Memory (图像记忆训练) 和 Attention & Time Management (专注及时间管理训练)
First administered in 1926, the SAT was created to democratize access to higher education for all students and to ensure that all students had a chance to go to college. Today, the SAT serves as both a measure of students’ college readiness and as a valid and reliable predictor of college outcomes.
When used in combination with high school GPA, SAT scores are shown to be the best predictor of a student’s likelihood to succeed in college. The SAT is among the most rigorously researched and designed tests in the world. It provides colleges and universities with valuable information about college readiness.
The SAT is part of the SAT Suite of Assessments and over 1.6 million students take the SAT annually. It is accepted or required at nearly all four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. Developed with input from high school teachers, college faculty, and enrollment professionals, the SAT covers core content areas deemed essential for success in college—critical reading, mathematics, and writing.
There are a million paths to your future. By giving you the opportunity to explore what interests you the most, AP courses help you find and pursue your unique direction.
There are more than 30 AP courses, each one of which connects directly to a wide variety of college majors and careers. For example, if you’re thinking about law enforcement, did you know that it might help to take AP Psychology? Or that, if you want to be a sociologist, AP Statistics could be a good first step?
AP courses also help you transform the subjects you’re enthusiastic about into a fulfilling future. If you’re into studying languages, taking one in AP could help you in everything from a college major in languages to a career in Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, or Fashion Design.
The Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC) was introduced in Australia in 1978 as the first Australia-wide mathematics competition for students. It has since spread internationally, with students in more than 30 countries attempting the same problems. In recent years the competition has been available in two formats (online and paper), allowing even more students to participate worldwide.
The AMC is for students of all standards. Students are asked to solve 30 problems in 60 minutes (Years 3–6) or 75 minutes (Years 7–12). The problems are designed to test mathematical thinking and questions are designed so that they can be answered just as quickly without a calculator as with one. The problems get more difficult through the competition, so that at the end they are challenging to the most gifted students. Students of all standards will make progress through the problems, and also be challenged along the way.
ICAS考试是澳洲新南威尔士大学(University of New South Wales)属下的非盈利教育组织-Educational Assessment Australia (EAA),于80年代创办的一项测试，现在每年在澳洲，新西兰已经得到6300多学校的参与，并且得到新加坡，南非，香港，马来西亚，美国等二十多国家学校的加入，成为一种国际性的竞赛评估，今年开始中国也开始提供这个考试了，可以预见它的影响力会越来越大的。
It’s a 50-minute, multiple choice competition testing critical thinking and problem-solving skills, not just factual recall, so you can find out what’s really going on inside their heads. Questions are set in real-life, contemporary contexts, making them relatable (and interesting).
Competition questions in the Big Science Competition are aligned with the Australian Curriculum – Science. • Science inquiry skills: including identifying and formulating questions and hypotheses for testing; making predictions, collecting, analysing and evaluating data and drawing valid conclusions; interpreting and communicating information through appropriate representations and media.
• Science as a human endeavour: including the development of science knowledge and processes across cultures and over time; its application in areas of human endeavour; its significance in informing personal and societal decisions and actions; and the influence society has on science.
• Science understanding: core concepts relating to Biological, Chemical, Earth and Space Sciences, and Physical Sciences that are designated at each stage.