Michael Method Aims
- Actualization of each individual's wide-ranging potential.
- Improved awareness of the world around us and the world within us.
- Increased individual awareness of personal responsibility and freedom of choice.
- Maximizing individual involvement and personal responsibility towards the human environment and ecology.
- A statistical increase of students awarded matriculation certificates.
- Improved grade averages on the matriculation certificate.
- A higher percentage of students progressing to higher education.
- Enhancement of the individual's ability to integrate successfully into the workplace of the future.
- The study of techniques to develop the imagination.
- The development of individual creativity and the understanding of its importance
- Memory improvement skills.
- An understanding of modern scientific thought
- Learning methods to increase reading speed and efficiency
- Problem solving approaches in reading comprehension
- The study of efficient methods of organizing study materials
- Developing mathematical thinking
- English language studies based on the principles of acquiring a mother tongue
- Theoretical and practical understanding of the language of music
- Studies in the Information revolution
- Learning the principles of drawing
- Acquaintanceship with the world of theater
- Acquisition of the underlying principles for self-development of the tools of personal expression
- Internalization of the "love for all humankind" approach as the foundation for social and personal excellence.
- Increased self-confidence.
- Internalization of the value of positive thinking.
- Increased awareness of the importance of self-expression.
- Understanding of the importance of contending with difficulties and personal failures as the key to future success.
- Increased personal discipline towards individual and social commitments.
- Encouragement of motivation to achieve in the widest possible range of activities.
- Learning techniques to reduce anxieties about exams and other learning tasks.
- Mental preparation for successful acclimatization to compulsory national service.
- Developing of motivation to broaden knowledge and go on to higher education.