Our art-education exercises are rooted to the domains of learning by Benjamin Bloom, which has the following characteristics:
- Cognitive - The cognitive growth is tapped in exercises that trigger reflection, calculation, discussion, analysis and problem solving.
- Psychomotor - This aspect explored while attempting to master and work on muscle memory, brain and body coordination such as theatre exercises, sports and painting to name a few.
- Affective - The art exercises and its practices are also rooted in our tradition through festivals and rituals. Thus, they harvest belief, faith, love, appreciation and responsibility in the children.
- Creativity - As a catalyst to the above, the process of self-exploration and brainstorming brings about a positive change in the development of the child as a sensitive, creative and original thinker.
Our modules are based on atleast 5 or more learning methods like, Adaptive Learning Associative Learning Authentic learning Case based learning Collaborative Learning Discovery/Inquiry learning Enculturation Learning Episodic Learning Experiential learning Experiential Learning Gurukul Learning Informal Learning Inquiry based Learning Intensive interaction Learning Multimedia Learning Nature Based Learning Open space Learning Participatory Learning Practice based Learning Problem based learning Project based Learning Reflective Learning Scenario based learning Self paced instruction Learning Situated learning Situated Learning Tangential Learning (self-educate)