What does "Inteldis" mean?
Inteldis is an abbreviation of Intelligent Disobedience . This concept means doing right when you're told to do wrong. It is an ability to stand our ground when we do not agree. Too often, children are taught to think in a stereotypical way and use old and ineffective teaching and upbringing methods, instead of teaching them to doubt, express their views and develop on their own. Intelligent disobedience is the first stage of the new learning process: we must learn to doubt, learn to analyze any information that we receive and find new approaches to learning. In our programs, we use our own methods, with the help of which students quickly improve their level, and we do not just teach "according to the textbook". Classes are held in an interesting format, unlike standard classes with a tutor. By this approach, we show that Inteldis is not just an English school, but something more. Inteldis is a community that brings people together from different countries with a common goal - to develop and share experiences, discover new horizons and make new friends. In addition to learning English, each student has the opportunity to learn finance, management and business in English from our mentors as part of our core project www. inteldis.com.