The Process & Learning Methodology

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Go to Learn and Coaching

As a backdrop to explaining our methodology, there are a few tenets that are important to put into perspective.

  1. All Children are different and they learn differentlyThat why the size of class must be small?. . The need for a system separate from that of the school is because children cannot get the individual attention .what they required?. If the COACHING class also has 35+ children, it is following the same principles as of a school. At THE GURUKUL INSTITUTE, the maximum class size is limited to 15. This allows them for individual attention as well as their good performance.
  2. Mentor Authentification. A methodology and content can only be as successful as the person delivering it. At THE GURUKUL INSTITUTE our selection process select only those who has a sharp edge over others. Thereafter training is provided to ensure that delivery will be sound.
  3. Continuous Monitoring. We track ongoing performance of each student through our system of assessment. Our mentors and us work together on problems in learning and work out ways to bring up the level of each student.

Techniques of Concept Development

During concept development, your ward is introduced to basic concepts along with helping him or her understand the purpose and logic of the concepts being taught. This is done through collaborative exercises involving activities and discussions. Examples used are from actual life and most often in areas that the students will otherwise be interested. The focus is as much on ‘why’ the concept is relevant to them as ‘how’ to apply it These activities can be computer-based, verbal or through manipulatives .

Master of Topic

Once the concept is clear, Master of Topic is achieved through a carefully constructed set of combination of assignment that ensure that the topic is dealt with comprehensively. The different structures are:

  • Examples and Exercises. Class exercises are used extensively to ensure that variants of an idea or concept is fully applied
  • Topic Objectives and Summaries. Each topic is explained in context, and summarized on completion to provide a reference framework
  • New Terms. New terms are explained extensively since their meaning in Maths and Science or Economics and Bussiness are frequently more specific than their meaning in common usage. This resolves much of the confusion that comes in later years.
  • Critical Mistakes. Learning is better by correcting mistakes rather than not making any. We use ‘Correct your self ’ exercises in which students point out their mistake and discuss how to set it right ?

The teaching is accompanied by a Ready Reckoner Guide which provides a complete reference book for the syllabus. This Ready Reckoner Guide is referenced during the teaching process, so later referencing is easy and students can quickly recall key concepts and detail.

Translate The Practice

Once topics have been mastered, Practice ensures that the understanding translates to competence in solving problems. A separate Practice Assignment is provided with many problems and questions. Questions are arranged from easy level to difficult level, so that a student finds each problem easy to solve and ends up solving more complex problems because they are just a little harder than the previous ones. A sufficent amount of time is provided for Practice.

Assessment of Performance

On completion of each chapter, there is a test. These tests are answered on THE GURUKUL INSTITUTE sheets that are then sent to the central office for correction and reporting. Because this is a central process involving a standardized question set, comparative performance is easy to judge. The results from this test are used to provide a developmental report. The developmental report highlights performance by

  • Topic. In each chapter, topic-wise performance is visible, allowing for more focus during remediation
  • Question Type. This is RMA (Recall, Mechanics, Application) in Maths and MCA (Memory, Comprehension, Application) in Science and other subjects. Analysis of this shows areas where special classes may be required
  • Error Type. Every wrong answer is tabulated to be one of 6 possible error types. Trends in error types point to basic learning orientations and are then addressed during remediation

In addition to the regular chapter tests, there are term assessments and tests that may be required by students facing difficulty in some areas of Math. While the developmental report is at the heart of THE GURUKUL INSTITUTE assessment, there are additional reports to further support analysis including trends and detailed analysis of each question of a test.

Revaluation of Credits

The remediation session is held every one session. During Revaluation, students are supported individually. Revaluation sessions are frequently held across mixed batches and while the time is usually the same as the other classes, some students may have longer sessions or may not have a session at all. Revaluation sessions are usually required because

  • The developmental report shows some areas that need special attention
  • There are some homework difficulties that the student is not able to resolve
  • There is a text scheduled the coming week
  • The student has missed some sessions and needs additional help

Revaluation is done keeping in mind the learning style of the student. Learning styles can be Visual, Aural, Read/Write or Kinesthetic, and students are taught keeping their styles in mind.

THE GURUKUL INSTITUTE also has an online system that can be used for the following

  • To view performance reports and analysis
  • To take additional tests
  • To learn more about a subject through structured websites
  • To learn selected CONCEPT used in class (along with a voice over)

The online system is being continually enhanced and will become an integral part of the THE GURUKUL INSTITUTE

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