How Children Learn
The best educationists around the world believe that learning is more meaningful when the focus in on the underlying processes of learning and not on the content alone. If the ultimate objective of education is to synthesise our understanding for ourselves, then the teaching-learning processes have to be designed keeping in mind the diversity that exists among children. To live out these guiding principles we have put the following into practice…
Multiple Intelligence Approach
Howard Gardner’s work around multiple intelligences has had profound impact on thinking and practices in education. The significance of this theory is that it looks at intelligence as a multitude of intelligences and not as a single entity. Each of these intelligences has its own strengths and constraints. This provides multiple ways to teach rather than one and in a way that children are most likely to learn and least likely to distort.