(i) Experiential and Thinking Approach
We believe that our children should learn with hand-on experience. Children learn best by doing. Interest is the driving force for learning; play is happy learning experience; Sensory activities are the media of learning. Observation, exploration, thinking and imagination are the essential learning approaches. A sense of achievement reinforces further learning. Children are active learners who are curious and interested in exploration. We create an environment which facilitates learning for them under the expert guidance of our faculty members, and allow them to learn through their life experiences, sensory stimulation and interesting activities. Through play, they learn in a self-motivated, committed, pleasurable, relaxing and effective manner.
(ii) Multiple Intelligence Approach
We appreciate and understand that every child is unique. All of them possess their own strengths and weaknesses. The world famous psychologist, Howard Gardener has categorized them into eight levels of intelligence. In order to understand the full range of abilities and talents that children possess, Gardner theorizes that people do not have just an intellectual capacity, but have many kinds of intelligence, that includes musical, interpersonal, spatial-visual, and linguistic intelligences, logical and-Mathematical intelligence, bodily- or kinesthetic Intelligence, Inter and Intra Personal Intelligence. We try to polish the uniqueness of every child and also make them explore the other levels of intelligence.