At Peepal Prodigy school we believe that each child has very unique needs within the classroom and that when then needs are scientifically addressed, learning becomes more fulfilling and it naturally enable the child to reach his/her highest potential.
Our curriculum is essentially child centric and it balance observational learning, experimental learning, instructional learning, facilitated learning and situational learning within the CBSE Curriculum framework.
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Athletics, dancing, Crafts, using tools, acting
Move around, touch and talk, body language
Touching, moving, knowledge through bodily sensations, processing
Role-play, drama, things to build, movement, sports and physical games, tactile experiences, hands-on learning, etc.
person with high Existential Intelligence has the sensitivity and capacity to tackle deep questions about humans existence such as why we die, the meaning of life etc.,
Maps, reading charts, drawing, mazes,puzzles,imaging things, visualization
Draw, build, design, create, daydream, look at pictures
Working with pictures and colours, visualizing, using the mindís eye, drawing
Video, movies, slides, art, imagination games, mazes, puzzles, illustrated book, trips to art museums, etc.,
Writing, reading, memorizing dates, thinking in words, telling stories
Write, read, tell stories, talk, memorize, work at solving puzzles
Hearing and seeing words, speaking, reading, writing, discussing and debating
Books, tapes, paper diaries, writing tools, dialogue, discussion, debated, stories, etc.,
Math, logic, problem-solving, reasoning, patterns
Questing work with numbers, experiment, solve problems
Working with relationships and patterns. classifying, categorizing, working with the abstract
Things to think about and explore, science materials, manipulative trips to the planetarium and science museum, etc.,
Leading, organizing, understanding people, communication, resolving conflicts, selling
Talk to people , have friends, join groups
Comparing, relating, sharing, interviewing, cooperating
Friends, group games, social gatherings, community events, clubs, mentors/apprenticeships,etc.,
Recognizing strengths and weaknesses, setting goals, understanding self
Work alone, reflect pursue interests
Working alone, having space, reflecting, doing self paced projects
Secret places, time alone, self-paced projects, choices, etc.
Understanding nature. making distinctions, identifying flora and fauna
Be involved with nature, make distinctions
Working in nature, exploring living things, learning about plants and natural events
Order same/different, connections to real life and science issues, patterns
Picking up sounds, remembering melodies, rhythms, singing
Sing, play an instrument, listen to music, hum
Rhythm, singing, melody, listening to music and melodies
Sing-along time, trips to concerts, music playing at home and school, musical instruments, etc.,
A learning style can be described as the favourite way in which a person "Observe and use information". It is the preferred way in which they attend to stimuli, process information, store details and recall data.
Use the sense of sight to observe or use information
Use the sounds, words, music to observe and use information.
Use the sense of touching feeling and working "hands on" to observe or use information.