Welcome to Mary Ann
Middle School

The approach towards the curriculum is trans disciplinary, where learning is based on real-world context and students question. The child engaged in continuous exploration is able to create his own ideas and perceptions. Project-Based learning with student-centered activities, where students learn through research and reference is encouraged. Group work enhances learning by collaborating as a team. This method not only encompasses a new approach to learning, but also teaches students teamwork and collective responsibility- a valuable life skill.

Continuous assessment aligned to learning outcomes is carried out through projects, assignments, class test, group activities, term test etc. Apart from the subjects taught, the teaching methodology considers a student’s academic, social, physical, emotional and cultural need, while delivering an integrated curriculum. Role plays, skits, play readings, debates, discussions, story writing, creating newsletters, brochures and participation in subject focused club activities form an integral part of the curriculum.

Cognitivism theory

It is incorporated in our curriculum to give holistic learning in every student by drawing the Attention, language development, Concepts, and categorization. Reasoning and decision making.Problem-solving.Procedural and conceptual learning. Our classroom activities are equipped with reasoning skills and analyzing skills to interpret the usage of learning with demonstrations, experiments, and inquiry learning.

VARK theory

Neil Fleming’s VARK theory is incorporated in the learning activities to cater to all learners like visual learners, Auditory learners, kinesthetic learners and read and write learners. Activities for Visual learning like pictures, movies, diagrams, etc Auditory learning like music, discussion, lectures, Reading and writing making lists, reading textbooks, taking notes Kinesthetic learning movement, experiments, hands-on activities are incorporated in every subject to make learning effective and applicable.

BLOOMS taxonomy

The three lists cover the learning objectives in cognitive, affective, and sensory domains. To develop the Lower order thinking skills, medium order thinking skills, and higher-order thinking skills Bloom’s Taxonomy plays a vital life in middle school. Teachers develop personalized plans with Bloom’s Taxonomy. Key elements like
Remembering, understanding, applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, Creating will be used in all the concepts to widen the students thinking ability and cognition and develop the competitive spirit to appear confidently in the board exams and the other Competitive exams.

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