What we do?
We intervene in schools with our:
(i) Math Curriculum: Focused on formation (concrete), visual (pictorial) and numbers
(abstract) with a mix of audiovisual content.
(ii) English Curriculum: Balanced Literacy approach, which consists of six core literacy
Speaking and listening
Sight words/Sentence structure
The benefits of this approach are as under:
In English as Foreign language community, it ensures that a child gets number of ways to
express their thoughts and learning. This helps the teacher to know their learning style.
It allows teacher to ascertain where to differentiate learning for different groups in the
Why we do it?
How the children will benefit?
Multiple ways to express and engage themselves
Activities and assessments scaffold to their level
Improved speaking and listening and reading fluency
Benefit from integrated support from teacher and parent alike
Learn values of group work and peer model support
Receive individualized and small group remedial program time
How the teachers will benefit?
Consistent in service support every week through observations and feedback
A dedicated program person to thought partner classroom challenges and opportunities
Develop deeper understanding to identify children who are at risk and take corrective action early on
Opportunity to hone their own personal development through classroom execution
Opportunity to step up as an Instructional leader in the long run
How the school will benefit?
100% student focused classroom environment ensuring every child is learning
Every approach is focused on effective implementation of practices in school
Parent/Community investment in school which can drive enrolments in the long run
Consistent professional development for your teachers
Capacity building of teachers add to school’s long term Instructional leader pipeline
Presence of a dedicated person will ensure timely and need based thought partnering
Academic Support for English and Math from Grade 1 to 8
Intervention with English does have the ability take the learning to other content areas
Progress monitoring using assessments and observation to track student’s progress
Monitoring and data based evaluation of teaching practices
Yearly review of the support
Requests and ask from us:
o Schools to admit all children irrespective of their ability to perform
o One accountable person from within the school
o 100% Teacher’s presence in yearly and Unit wise training
o School Time table support
o 120 minutes of English Literacy class (4 days a week), Math classes (6 classes a week)
o School leadership participation
o Use NCERT standards and books for at least English and Math and Pearson for English