TIDE believes that,
‘every child can learn, should learn, and have access to education that suits her learning need and pace’.
To achieve this, we asked ourselves a few questions. Let’s think about those now, as you begin your journey with your child.
What is Learning?
Learning is continuous and is not limited to classroom teaching alone.
Dear Parent, there are two things you will notice here.
Learning must be inter-related or inter-disciplinary.
Life is interdisciplinary, isn’t it? In every experience, we see an overlap of ideas and concepts. The simple act of crossing a busy road involves concepts of space, speed, distance, using our sight, hearing, and physical mobility.
In the same way, when we teach, it is not necessary that we must teach keeping in mind only one subject. For example, while the child is learning about vegetables and fruits of different colours, they may also count how many are red and how many are green. Are we not combining science and maths here?
Learning must be non-competitive