Curriculum

Understand our curriculum

UNDERSTAND COGNITIVE OR CORE SKILLS

APPLY

understand new situation

ANALYSE

see the different parts of problem

APPLY

understand new situation

ANALYSE

see the different parts of problem

USE LOGIC

think about how each the part of a problem leads to another part of problem

REASON

build a point of view or an opinion

USE LOGIC

think about how each the part of a problem leads to another part of problem

REASON

build a point of view or an opinion
Our Curriculum has been researched in an actual classroom environment with teachers. We have built the right steps to bring children to a higher order of thinking from their present level.

Our Curriculum has been researched in an actual classroom environment with teachers. We have built the right steps to bring children to a higher order of thinking from their present level.

It is age appropriate. We understand how ability to think develops in children.

It is age appropriate. We understand how ability to think develops in children.

It is adaptive. Our course first introduces basic concepts to ensure children understand the fundamentals. As they learn, the course begins to introduce tougher challenges.
LEVEL 1 (EASY)
LEVEL 2 (DIFFICULT)

It is adaptive. Our course first introduces basic concepts to ensure children understand the fundamentals. As they learn, the course begins to introduce tougher challenges.

LEVEL 1 (EASY)
LEVEL 2 (DIFFICULT)
Completing the school curriculum. We cover the following topics: a. Memory and Comprehension b. Logical c. Spatial d. Mathematical e. Reasoning These topics help children become better learners and thinkers. To understand how we differ from the school curriculum, look at the example below. Deconstruction is a core skill required to do mathematical problems. So, in a school the child would solve: “If Sid has 21 pencils and his teacher gave him 36 more, how many pencils does he have?” And with our course, the child learns how to breakdown this problem into parts and do it to arrive at an answer – “How can we make a total of 5, by putting different no of coins in the treasure box?”

Completing the school curriculum. We cover the following topics: a. Memory and Comprehension b. Logical c. Spatial d. Mathematical e. Reasoning These topics help children become better learners and thinkers. To understand how we differ from the school curriculum, look at the example below. Deconstruction is a core skill required to do mathematical problems. So, in a school the child would solve: “If Sid has 21 pencils and his teacher gave him 36 more, how many pencils does he have?” And with our course, the child learns how to breakdown this problem into parts and do it to arrive at an answer – “How can we make a total of 5, by putting different no of coins in the treasure box?”

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