This book brings into focus the innovative methods of learning in many Indian schools. It sheds light on schools that make the learning process fun for the teacher as well as the taught, in contrast to the whirl of examination-oriented learning in mainstream schools. The researched data on alternative schools in the country offer the reader an array of institutions all over the country, where efforts are being made to move away from traditional and mainstream learning. It includes exclusive articles by leading practitioners in the field, who offer an insight into the ground reality when a certain philosophy is applied to a school, and also experiential accounts of how such alternative practices mould the learner, teacher and impact the parent as well. The book also consists of a directory of alternative schools in India, including many schools that are tucked away in remote corners of the country. Interestingly, the common thread binding these aalternative schoolsa is concern for the welfare of the child by teachers who see their work as much more than a job.KNB is a full-time Marathi medium school with classes from kindergarten to Class X (SSC). The number of ... At KNB, there is a great deal of emphasis on making children sensitive to Nature, including trees, birds and animals. They are ... The annual school project has been an important part of the KNB programme for more than a decade. Each year ... Back in school, they collate the information and translate them into essays, maps, charts and pictures, poems and models. The entireanbsp;...
|Title||:||Alternative Schooling in India|
|Author||:||Sarojini Vittachi, Neeraja Raghavan, Kiran Raj|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications India - 2007-12-04|