At KMPS , young Dip sites are nurtured under the tender care of mother teacher till UKG. This concept helps in:-
- Understanding the child and developing an emotional bond between the learner and teacher.
- Helps in better insight to various developmental stages of the child, especially cognitive and emotional.
- Both the learner and teacher spend more time with each other and the teacher personally knows the areas of concern.
- Academically it gives time for the child to remain abreast with his peers.
- It gives a sense of satisfaction to the teacher, at the end of the session, on accomplishing the set targets as per the potential of the child and helping in the positive growth graph of each student.
Grades III TO V
The child, 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/curricula is planned as per the CCE guidelines of CBSE.
Grades VI TO XII
1. Co-operative Learning:
It develops 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 that help students construct their own meaning of the new concept taught in class. Here 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.