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Educational Approach

Lab Concept

Classroom instructions are deeply embedded in our current education system, but have not been proved effective in strengthening the learning process. To address this need, we thought subject labs may go a long way and help students strengthen their learning process.

The approach behind the concept of the 'Subject Labs' is that each subject is a 'Science' in its own way and has its own developmental trajectory. These labs could be very useful as extensions of present classrooms for the students to gain experiential knowledge.

SRC Lab Concept

Teaching Methodology

The hand muscles of a child are not completely developed till the age of six. Hence at the school, writing begins only in the 1st grade. However, a lot of pre-reading and pre-writing experiences such as threading the needle, putting seeds and beads on shapes, sight reading etc. are provided to create a background for the same.

School lays great emphasis on teaching subjects holistically with a 'system as a whole' approach. The project method is used for the same.

The use of blackboard is minimized and all teaching goes from actual hands-on concrete work to abstraction. Even abstract subjects like history & geography are made experiential by arranging field trips, enacting plays, tracing one’s own history etc.

The school tries to minimize the role of a teacher as the controller and driver of the educational process and instead makes her just a facilitator trying to scaffold the learning.

All threats in the form of punishments are banned in the school. The teacher is more of a friend, philosopher and guide.

SRC Teaching Methodology
SRC Teaching Methodology