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Learning Methodology

Methodology:

‘The Mother-Teacher concept’

‘Teachers hold their students’ hand for a short while, but their hearts forever.’

We nurture our young Vyasites atVyasa International, Bangalore, under the tender care of a mother teacher till Grade 2. This is to:-
Understand the child through the cognitive and emotional stages of the learning process thus helping in the positive growth graph of each student.

Pre-Nursery

Pre-Nursery education has been designed by our Montessori trained Teachers. The child learns to discover, explore and experiment in a stimulating and conducive environment.

Nursery and Prep

Our focus at the Pre-Primary level is to make the transition between the secure home environment and formal schooling, interesting and as smooth as possible for the child. The emphasis is on nurturing the child’s imagination, creativity and providing him opportunities to express himself freely. We lay stress upon developing basic language skills with the help of phonetics and conversation.nguage:EN-US;mso-fareast-language:EN-US;mso-bidi-language:AR-SA’>Our focus at the Pre-Primary level is to make the transition between the secure home environment and formal schooling, interesting and as smooth as possible for the child. The emphasis is on nurturing the child’s imagination, creativity and providing him opportunities to express himself freely. We lay stress upon developing basic language skills with the help of phonetics and conversation.

Classes I TO II

“If I cannot learn the way you teach me,
Can you not teach me the way I can learn?”

Vyasa International provides an encouraging and loving atmosphere, fused with a lot of fun, so that students shed their inhibitions and learn with a free mind. The methodology that we use to teach the students of classes 1 & 2 is ACTIVITY BASED, which involves a lot of co-curricular activities for learners to comprehend and retain the concept in a better way. The progressive curriculum is flexible learn with a free mind. The methodology that we use to teach the students of classes 1 & 2 is ACTIVITY BASED, which involves a lot of co-curricular activities for learners to comprehend and retain the concept in a better way. The progressive curriculum is flexible learn with a free mind. The methodology that we use to teach the students of classes 1 & 2 is ACTIVITY BASED, which involves a lot of co-curricular activities for learners to comprehend and retain the concept in a better way.Assessment at this level is not formal. The children are given activity based assignments to check the retention of the concepts taught.use to teach the students of classes 1 & 2 is ACTIVITY BASED, which involves a lot of co-curricular activities for learners to comprehend and understand the concept in a better way. Assessment at this age is not formal.

Grades III TO V

The learner already familiar with the basic skills in English Language ,is now initiated into formal instructions through interactive techniques. The emphasis is on usage and application. In Science the focus is on developing scientific aptitude and making him aware of his/her surroundings. In Mathematics, problem-solving techniques are taught using application based methods. The co-curricular activities allow them not only to gain confidence but also help them realize their potential in various fields. The important aim at this level is the learning of basics and forming a sound foundation which will enable the child to study more complex topics and problems at the succeeding levels. The instruction/curriculam is planned as per the CCE guidelines of CBSE.

Grades VI TO VIII

is known for its well designed system that fosters both academic and personal growth of its ITEs, so that they can analyze and evaluate their experience, learn to doubt, to question, to investigate and to think independently .The  middle school curriculum provides and promotes a learning environment based upon developmental readiness, needs and interests.

Middle school is a the stage of transition from the primary section  to a  preparation for the secondary  school for the students  from an activity based learning environment  in the primary section, to the stage where teaching methodology is completely focused on the pursuit of knowledge and development of understanding and skills necessary to interpret experience.

At the heart of our curriculum are the core skills of reading, writing and mathematics, which are integral to our curriculum topics. Each Year group focuses their learning through a series of topics over the academic year.

  1. Co-operative Learning:
    It develops the ability intellectual autonomy in young adolescents  to interact in heterogonous groups to support the learning of self and others in the same group.
  2. Student centered learning:
    It facilitates students engagement during class by designing Hands on activities  help students construct their own meaning of the new concept taught in class. Students socially interact with their teachers and peers through discussions.
  3. Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation to meet five basic needs – survival, belonging, power, freedom and fun for the young adolescents.
  4. Student-led parent teacher conference:
    Students take ownership of their learning and they are able to reflect on what they have learned, accomplished or have yet to accomplish. Self regulation is inculcated in their personalities .
  5. Teacher student relationships:
    A strong, healthy and understanding relationship is developed between a teacher and a student to positively motivate students.
  6. Visuals and Labs:
    Use of visuals such as Smart boards in the class rooms, well structured activities and research based programmes help in developing concepts and applications in various subjects, including English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Soc. Science, Sanskrit and Computer.
  7. Other strategies:
    Case studies reflecting real life experiences as a part of Personality Development projects, field trips, parents as guest speakers, peer tutoring, Role play or skits are some of other effective teaching methodologies used in our school. Games and hobbies are also given emphasis to encourage exploration of values, foster imagination and develop physical and athletic skills.

We follow the CBSE (CCE) patternfrom middle school to meet learning objectives, such as:

      1. Develop cognitive, psychomotor and effective skills
      2. Emphasize on critical thinking skills and reduce emphasis on memorization.
      3. Evaluation is an integral part of the teaching learning process.
      4. Evaluation is a tool for improving students’ achievements and teaching-learning strategies.
      5. Regular diagnosis is followed by remedial instruction.

Formative Assessment tasks are given which involves collaboration, discussion and reflection. Speaking and learning skills, presentation skills and practical skills and all the co-scholastic areas are assessed formatively.

Grades IX & X

All the teachers at, aim primarily to help the learner with systematic learning and development. Technology plays an important role in enhancing the learning system. The crucial factor in the teaching process is the quality of the lesson given by the teacher.

Teachers use various types of modern teaching aids to connect with students, along with interactive and creative class room teaching. Our classes are equipped with modern teaching aids such as Interactive White boards, Visualizes, response system, projectors and educational software.