“If I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning."
Many students do not believe that their teachers, or their parents, or any adult believes in them. This somehow translates to a lack of self-belief. And self-belief is developed with the gain of knowledge, and its practical applications in daily life, which remind learners to see academic studies as a means to become more aware and a tool that is actually going to help them in their daily life. Our upbeat teachers aim for just that, by building a connection with the learners so that they confide in them and there are no barriers to effective communication.
A plant needs various resources to grow into a tree which then becomes a provider. These resources depend very much on the requirements of that specific plant. The same goes for budding learners. And we make sure that the student is on the same page as their peers or ahead in terms of understanding and applying the academic and moral learning. We firmly believe that every individual's learning pattern is unique.
Children learn as they play. We try to make learning fun by integrating academic learning with hands-on practice. It provides students with an opportunity to practice and apply the skills they learn in class. This also allows learners to think out of the box and instils into them self-confidence, which assists learning and their overall growth as an individual. It is our experience that students are willing to participate and take risks when learning is integrated with activities.
When the process of teaching and learning is enjoyable and memorable, the information delivered is well-retained and easily reproducible. The expertise of our teachers in their respective domains and their willingness to enable the learners to enhance their ability and skills, coupled with effective delivery and opportunities for sufficient practice, results in learners excelling in their life goals and academics.