LEARNING PROCESS

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Learning is active: I hear, I forget; I see, I remember; I do, I understand. We at KGINS believe that learning is active. Children need to make discoveries, connections and construct meaning from their own experience.


Teacher is a guide: Teacher is facilitator and a guide. The teacher not only instructs but also encourages the child to question and analyse. He/she is not just a provider of information; his/her role is to create an environment where children learn.


Learning is social: Man cannot work in isolation; he is a social being. Children learn from each other by working in groups. This enhances listening and speaking skills, team work and social skills, thus preparing the child for real situations.


Child is a scientist: Each child has an innate desire to learn and apply learning to new meaningful situations. We believe that learning which occurs through reflection and the child's own thinking is permanent and lays a strong foundation for the future.


Assessment is continuous:Assessments are continuous, both informal and formal. Assessments are done through observations, worksheets and tests. It provides the teacher information about child's strengths and weakness which enables him/her to chart the individual's education plan.


Parents are partners:Mutual understanding between the school and the parents is essential. We believe that parents know their children best and are influential in their progress. We communicate regularly with parents to share information and discuss the child's progress. We also welcome parent participation in school activities.


Development is holistic:For standards I-III we offer co-curricular activities such as Yoga, Karate, Games, Dance, Music, Sports, Spoken English and story-telling which also form a part of the academic calendar.
For standards IV-VIII we offer a wide variety of Co-curricular activities such as basketball, Volleyball, Football, Karate, Yoga, Indoor Games, Music, Dance and Creative writing.