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3 MONTH VIKALP SUBSCRIPTION FOR 7-8 YRS.

14,750.00

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GRADE 3

Curriculum based Math, English and Environmental Science

LIVE ONLINE CLASS

  • 72 Live classes
  • Duration 45 minutes
  • Batch: 6 to 9 students
  • Platform: Zoom

METHODS & TECHNIQUES

  • Discover concepts while doing activities
  • Practise on mobile games
  • Interpreting pictures, sketches, cartoons
  • Reading Aloud, reciting poems & dramatisation
  • Making observations on a given topic/theme
  • Telling and retelling stories & anecdotes
  • Simple projects as follow-up assignment
  • Assessment of both activity + pen & paper work

Educational Toys shipped at your home.

  • Repeated addition & subtraction on Opposite Kit
  • Skip Counting, multiplication & division on Hundred Board
  • Multiplication & Division on Table Kit 
  • 3D interactive India Image Map.
  • Learns about double consonant & silent words on Phonic Sound Cards
  • Phonic Based Reading with Magnetic letters.

BOOKS

  • English Reading- Comprehensive curriculum which lays the foundation for spontaneous language.
  • Facilitator Guide with step-by-step instruction for Parent
  • Play Math – a Multicolour Activity Book

DIGITAL PRODUCTS

CUSTOMER CARE SUPPORT

  • Coordination btw parent and faculty for online classes.
  • Coordination with Parent and assessment department.
  • Conducting webinars on mental, physical and socio emotional development of your child.
  • Resolving doubts in doing activities, playing games and follow up assignment.
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Description

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MEDODOLOGY 

Our methodology is inspired by works of founders of experiential learning approach like John Dewey, Kurt Lewin and Jean Piaget. However, our methodology is very similar to David Kolb’s four-stage model of experiential learning. It is argued that our methodology is practical application of this approach in teaching school curriculum.

  1. First stage– Learning begins with concrete experience. Concepts are introduced via learning toys. Children play and discover concept.
  2. Second Stage– This learning continues in mobile games where children reflect on what they have understood. They think about the concept from different angles while playing games on mobile.
  3. Third stage– Once they start grasping the concept, pen and paper is introduced. Conceptualising begins and children start thinking in abstract and starts doing exercises on workbook. This is a gradual movement from concrete to abstract.
  4. Fourth stage– Now children start experimenting and applying their understanding. At this stage children’s activities and pen and paper work is assessed and diagnostic report is generated. Remedial is planned and learning continues.

CONCEIVED BY 

Following two educators of Indian origin has contributed significantly in the conception of this idea:

  • P.K. Srinivasan – Fulbright Exchange teacher in USA. Later became Director Emeritus, Ramanujan Museum and Math Education Center (Chenni, India)
  • M. Hyacintha A.C – Director, Carmel Teacher Center, Hazaribagh, India

 

RECOGNISED BY 

  • Invisible design of the products has been awarded by National institute of design (NID), Ahmedabad, India.
  • J-PAL, a research center at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States established that Vikalp shows substantial gain in learning outcomes.
  • Vikalp has been featured twice in Outlook magazine for the impact it’s creating among students.

 

FINDINGS OF THIRD-PARTY ASSESSMENT 

Conducted by FSG- international NGO based in Washington DC.  

Students subscribing to Vikalp methodology scored 61% higher than control students not subscribing to this way of learning.

Conducted by Gray Matters – measures learning outcomes of children

  • Average scale score of sample where conventional teaching is practiced – 88 out of 200
    Average scale score after 1 year of implementation of Vikalp methodology – 105 out of 200

Conducted by Lean data study by Acumen – New York based assessment agency

  • 80 % parents observed increase in their child’s score
  • 83% parent observed improvement in interest in math, ability to grasp concepts, willingness to do homework independently.