This tool has been developed by a team of professionals from Ivy league school and prestigious schools of India, after an extensive research in rural and urban schools over a period of seven years.?
Teacher’s Capacity Building:
Our focus in on developing a consistent connection between teacher’s reflective tendencies and teaching effectiveness via our various e tools and instructional coaching models that involve intentional relationship building, targeted coaching strategies and meaningful support.
Our e tools offers a framework for breaking learning objectives into accessible chunks which can be used to direct day-to-day lesson plans and can be easily compared to their own goals for the class.
It aids instructors to focus on developing lesson’s learning objectives, by giving them an overall view into understanding the complex cognitive development and how lower-level skills build into higher-order thinking (e.g., recalling facts and comprehending previous problems allows a student to apply their experience to similar problems). This e tool will facilitate prioritizing of teaching material, to guide the organization of lessons to maximize class time. USP of our tool lies in assessing the teacher’s progress between what she had planned with what she has achieved after executing her plan, on the basis of various assessment methodologies, content and instructional materials she has used in class. It identifies the teaching gaps and weak areas that exist among students even after creating a good plan. This will help streamline& monitor teacher’s performances in various schools in India helping them improve their own teaching methodologies over a period of time
Networking and Community Building
Our focus is on establishing powerful networks with individual teachers/ principals or individual schools and connect them with other educational institutions, school boards, educational researchers and various ministries s of education, to share innovative practices, approaches to teaching and learning, developing school culture and ethos. Create opportunities for an ongoing exchange and collaboration of educational practitioners.
Two types of networking:
Connect either individual teachers / principals or individual schools
Research and Development
The need for research and development is both to deepen understanding and generate new knowledge in the area of school leadership to inform the development of curriculum and other interventions for school-based transformation.
Educators are the consumers and producers of research and this will forever remain an
ongoing process because of the changing human environment.
Our focus of research is on
Add to Knowledge
Address Gaps in Knowledge
Add Individual Voices to Knowledge
Projects with School Students
Implementing Value based Integrated Learning format
Format involves connecting children with their surrounding environment through activities which are interconnected with their academics and co-curricular activities.
Pioneered the concept of ‘Rural Urban Student Exchange’ program
Where students from both a rural-urban government school connect with their counterparts studying in urban public schools during an academic year and exchange their ideas and learning during those stipulated meetings.
A clarion call by young minds is the CSR Initiative where we work with students from various schools pro bono with the objective of integrating scholastics & co-scholastics together. The students work on their own stories which are converted into scripts and presented as plays in front of the public at large. It’s an interschool competition with the intention of spreading to multiple cities of India.