Teaching Methodologies

Teaching Methodologies

Our curriculum has been specially created by our in-house team of distinguished Early Childhood Education (ECE) specialists with your children’s most basic needs in mind. Our team has integrated the philosophies like the Reggio Emilia method, Maria Montessori method and the Howard Gardner Theory of MI into the curriculum to make it a blend of beautifully crafted and holistic approach. The active, play-based learning approaches transforms the educational experiences of children in the early grades and strengthens learning motivation and outcomes.

Few traditional methodologies
being followed by our preschool teachers:

  • Gardner's Theories of
    Multiple Intelligence

    Gardner’s Multiple
    Intelligence Theory focuses on nine
    aspects of the human mind has been one
    of our key reference points while customising our curriculum. For learning, the theory states that every child has different preferences of the medium of instruction, along with different levels of understanding and absorbing. For example, while few children can learn better in a inguistically-based environment, others
    are more comfortable with mathematical
    and logic based learning,
    and so on.

  • Froebel's
    Play-way Method

    Friedrich Froebel
    considered the child’s health,
    physical development, environment,
    emotional well-being, mental ability, social
    relationships and spiritual aspects of development as important elements of the learning process. He also believed that “play is the highest expression of human development in childhood for it alone is the free expression of what is in the child’s soul.”
    The Play-way Method broadly emphasises on
    i) Comprehensive Learning through Play
    ii) Self activity and Socialisation
    iii) Learning through music,
    songs, gestures and

  • Kilpatrick's
    Project Method

    William Kilpatrick’s Four-Step
    Project Method is a blend of behavioral
    psychology and progressivism. It primarily focuses
    on applying, not imparting, specific knowledge or
    skills and also improving student involvement and motivation. Kilpatrick believed that children should direct their own learning according to their interests and should be allowed to explore their environment, experiencing their learning through the natural senses.
    It fosters independent thinking, self-confidence, and social responsibility. This method is usually where students solve a practical and engaging project over a period of several days. The project will be suggested by the teacher,
    but it is planned and executed by our students
    themselves, whether individually
    or in groups.

  • Montessori

    The Montessori Method
    of education, developed by
    Dr. Maria Montessori, is a child-centered
    educational approach based on scientific observations
    of children from birth to adulthood. … It is an
    approach that values the human spirit and the
    development of the whole child—physical, social, emotional, cognitive.

    The Five Principles of Maria Montessori
    Principle 1: Respect for the Child
    Principle 2: The Absorbent Mind
    Principle 3: Sensitive Periods
    Principle 4: The Prepared Environment
    Principle 5: Auto education

  • Reggio Emilia

    This approach to early
    childhood education views young
    children as individuals who are perpetually curious
    about their world and have the powerful potential to
    learn from everything around them. Educational, psychological, and sociological influences are important factors to consider in understanding children and working to stimulate learning in appropriate ways. Our teachers employ specific strategies such as a wide variety of educational opportunities that encourage
    self-expression, communication, logical thinking, and
    problem-solving. Reflection of new learnings
    also form a key part of this
    teaching approach.

Few of our updated teaching
methodologies as we look towards the future:

  • 2030

    Our updated curriculum fosters a higher level of thinking through real-time exploration and guided play. It is focused on highlighting developmental skills of the 21st century skills by subscribing to the newest trends and projections of the global arena. The curriculum comprises of approaches such as Integrated Learning, Multiple Intelligence and Cognitive
    Constructivism, which have been consistently
    propounded by prominent educational
    tudies and researches. Our core
    focus remains on getting
    our students ready
    for tomorrow’s
    new world.

  • Virtual

    Our curriculum, while keeping pace with the fast-changing times also consists of augmented digital resources for student learning. Our customised digital library consists of thousands of HD animated videos, stories, rhymes, flashcards and interactive games which have been specially created for
    our students. Our digital videos have been mindfully
    used in our curriculum to ensure that
    students do not strain themselves
    during their learning process.
    Hence, the need for mindfully
    and sensibly blending the
    same with our traditional

  • Enrichment

    The avant-garde feature of our preschool curriculum is our Enrichment Programme, which is a pragmatic approach for your children’s learning. The Programme is conducted daily and poses a variety of colorful challenges to ignite your children’s thoughts in the appropriate manner. It is
    usually based on creative abilities in Science,
    Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics
    (STEAM), Fitness and Dramatics and
    so on. Although, the central
    idea is about having
    maximum fun in
    the entire