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Welcome To ABC School

Our quest is to create an educational system of useful individualized learning that stimulates passion and brilliance in every child. We aim at education that produces well grounded, resilient and successful human beings. We strive to wholeheartedly serve children make every learning moment a joyful, effective and meaningful one. During the discovery learning movement of the 1960s the Inquiry-based learning was developed as a response to traditional forms of instruction – where people were required to memorize information from instructional materials. The beliefs of the learning process finds its precursors in constructivist learning theories, such as the work of Piaget, Dewey, Vygotsky. May be that’s the catch! What happens if we start looking at each situation and expectation from the same standpoint as we had seen it years ago as children ourselves? How did we feel when mother wanted us to wear a particular dress. Ten tips on how a research-based curriculum helps students: Acquire Problem Solving Skills: Today’s learners will enter a career that values skills and abilities far different from the conventional workplace talents or skills that are relevant today. They will have to be able to procure, synthesize, and analyze information. Our quest is to create an educational system of useful individualized learning that stimulates passion and brilliance in every child. We aim at education that produces well grounded, resilient and successful human beings. We strive to wholeheartedly serve children make every learning moment a joyful, effective and meaningful one. During the discovery learning movement of the 1960s the Inquiry-based learning was developed as a response to traditional forms of instruction – where people were required to memorize information from instructional materials. The beliefs of the learning process finds its precursors in constructivist learning theories, such as the work of Piaget, Dewey, Vygotsky. May be that’s the catch! What happens if we start looking at each situation and expectation from the same standpoint as we had seen it years ago as children ourselves? How did we feel when mother wanted us to wear a particular dress. Ten tips on how a research-based curriculum helps students: Acquire Problem Solving Skills: Today’s learners will enter a career that values skills and abilities far different from the conventional workplace talents or skills that are relevant today. They will have to be able to procure, synthesize, and analyze information.