The next question is what is there in it to offer this kind of learning experience. The different approaches to learning a single concept ensure that all kinds of learners find a place and mode to learn a ‘subject’ or a ‘topic’. LFL encompasses detailed lesson plans which direct teachers/facilitators to deal with topics with a lot of approaches as well as variety in formative assessments. More importantly, schools and teachers forget that while they deliver the ‘regular curriculum’, there is also a ‘hidden curriculum’ that includes behaviour, emotions, life skills etc. which shape the personality of every child. LFL carefully and consciously incorporates lesson plans for emotional development, life skill development through multiple programmes like theatre, dance, music, robotics, sports, karate, taekwondo, yoga besides the regular academic programmes. All of these are blended in the curriculum and are clearly structured with exclusive lesson plans for each of the grades from 1-10, ensuring an all-rounded learning experience. Richness in the learning experience I am sure will guide students to discover the most comfortable ways in which they can learn, transforming them into ‘great learners’ for life.
“The important thing is not so much that every child should be taught as that every child should be given the wish to learn.” ― John Lubbock
Head,Academics- Glentree Academy Schools