Multi-level assessment, as against the traditional methods of assessment focuses on a comprehensive analysis of a student’s skills and abilities, measuring the entire range of learning, conceptual development, skill acquisition and application. The use of a diverse set of data-collection formats yields a deeper and more meaningful understanding of what children know and are able to do and also allows a teacher to determine which instructional strategies have been effective and which need to be modified.
Our outreach programme for the students includes:
• Study sessions
• Supplementary workshops in Math
• Supplementary workshops in Science
• Student success seminars
• Individual assistance in:
• Study skills
• Any course that the students find challenging
The aim of these programs is to broaden the learner’s knowledge of each field and expose them to the range and scope of related tasks for a better future.
Participative learning involves 3 stages for the enhancement of the learning approach:
Participative-> Cooperative-> Enquiry
Participative- In this method, the students are actively involved in the teaching-learning process.
Cooperative- The strategy is that groups of students work together, helping each other to achieve group and individual tasks.
Enquiry- It is a student-centered, active learning approach focusing on questioning, critical thinking and problem solving.
Remedial classes are often used to stress the basics in a subject. They can help students who are having problems with advanced concepts to fully understand the basics. Remedial classes are conducted in the School campus. The students are facilitated with lesson plans, class activities and worksheets to help them succeed in those subjects where they might have otherwise found difficulty.
Thematic learning is based on exploration of broad areas in one theme. In this method, the emphasis is given on choosing a specific theme for teaching one or many concepts. We integrate information of different lessons and use it to demonstrate the topic for better understanding by the students.