India will be churning young, effective human
resource for the entire world, which means we need to equip our students with 21st century global skills in terms of communication, creative and critical thinking, collaboration, life and career, information, technology and media
Pedagogy – We encourage inter-disciplinary approach to learning. With the aim of making learning experiential, we encourage activity based learning in all subjects.
Infrastructure – Our classrooms are SMART enabled. We also use Detailed Assessments and Mindspark for formative assessments and individualised learning. Teachers are free to use their personal iPads, Android devices in the classroom. We plan to have tablet enabled special education lab for children with learning disability.
Teachers’ Training – Our teachers attend a wide range of workshops conducted by DPS society, CBSE, Sahodaya Clusters, Teacher Training Foundation and other independent bodies. A strong partnership with British Council through workshops, ISA project, action research, connecting classrooms, drama and theatre workshops, teaching of English workshops, sports, photography and filmmaking competitions has enabled us to develop a global dimension and bring internationalism into our teaching learning process.
Technology – All our teachers are familiar with basic use of computers and the use of SMART technology. The school website management is completely handled by teachers and students. We also encourage teachers to enroll in online course like COURSERA for professional development.
Sports – We believe that a healthy body houses a healthy mind. A structured PE curriculum during and after school, provides students with exposure to a wide variety of sport activities.
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