KVAR pattern of learning

Learning patterns vary among students in a classroom. Each student may belong to one or more categories of learning styles mentioned below.

  • Kinesthetic Learners - Children who learn by carrying out physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or watching demonstrations.
  • Visual Learners - Children who need to see information in order to process it. They need graphs, charts, maps, diagrams, and other forms of visual stimulation to effectively acquire information.
  • Auditory Learners - Children who possess a learning style in which a person learns through listening. An auditory learner depends on listening and speaking as a main way of learning.
  • Reading/Writing Learners - Children who demonstrate strong preference to reading/writing mode of learning. This includes both written information presented in class in the form of handouts and PowerPoint slide presentations as well as the opportunity to synthesize course content in the completion of written assignments.

Therefore, it is imperative to design classes to suit the learning patterns of all the students who belong to these categories.

ESRA has modified and redesigned the teaching system keeping these differences in mind. Our classes have been designed to understand the learning pattern of individual students, which in turn will assist the teachers in modifying classes to be more student centric learning with better results. It is a unique system redesigned to accommodate all types of learners and stimulate their thought process and academic skills, by default.

Interdisciplinary approach to learning

ESRA moves away from traditional one subject-one teacher format and introduces interdisciplinary teaching approaches, wherein connected topics of different subjects will be handled together to provide an in-depth learning experience. Every subject curriculum is interlinked and automatically the students start to learn in an interdisciplinary manner. This encourages the students to think outside the box and learn to see things from different points of view giving them a liberating study routine.

Learner based examination pattern

Examinations are generally conducted to test the knowledge or the acquired skill set of the student. But when each student is unique and has their own learning pattern, it is unfair to have a "one shoe fits all" type of examination pattern which tests only a student's memory skills or retention capacity. Intelligence of a person can not be valued only based on their marks, but there is no better way to represent their progress and proof of knowledge and skills acquired.

Additionally, defining students progress to a short term marks oriented system could destroy their individuality. Hence, ESRA has developed a unique system of examination which assesses each student individually by a series of tests specifically designed for their learning patterns. These evaluation patterns have been tried and tested to give positive results.

Personalized Holistic Skill Development program

ESRA strongly holds the ideology that the space or the time for which a child spends major waking hours should work towards enhancing the learner’s academic, social, emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual wellbeing. This should be the primary concern of any education system. As opposed to the rote system followed in the current education system, we at ESRA believe that long-term retention of academics is an individual-specific process and it is only through the development of each learner's inherent abilities and training in a few additional skill sets that we can achieve effective results. .

These skill sets need to be taught to students and not forced. Through the process of scientific analysis of students' skills, ESRA has designed the PHSD program to reinvent the way each student learns through cognitive activities and interpersonal training programs. These not only give academic input to the child but also works on the other areas of development mentioned above. This program is specifically designed to help each student develop a personalised learning solution based on the areas in which they are lacking, enabling them to not only learn independently but also build their confidence in themselves.

Chapter wise Tutor Assisted Assignments, Projects, Seminars etc.

Learning is a dynamic process, and neurobiology of learning suggests that for an information to be lodged permanently in long-term memory one must revisit the topic multiple times. Keeping this in mind, we introduce the students to a variety of fun yet effective learning and assessment techniques to strengthen their hold on the subjects with seminars and projects in addition to the Tutor Assisted Assignment (TAA). These are carried out with the help of an academic tutor and is much beyond Googling for material or other conventional methods of completing assignments. Students will be provided with the necessary resources and assistance by the educators towards on time submission of assignments. Alternatively, the Projects, Assignments and seminars are designed by ESRA not only to help students in their learning process but also to build the soft skills required to thrive in a competitive world.

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