BHIS > Curriculum Implementation Programme
Implementation of our curriculum is the most crucial function of each and every KKEL institution. To understand how we put into practice our curriculum in the classroom, do take a look at these examples:
How math is taught in middle school
The central idea is to understand mathematical terms and concepts through interactive methods. So students enjoy math through:
 Handson mathematical activities, e.g., Pythagoras' rule
 Teaching by asking instead of telling, i.e., through deduction and induction rather than memorizing, e.g., Fraction
 By using multiple intelligences. For example, visual learners learn through presentation, auditory learners, through discussions and explanations, interpersonal learners through group activities, and intrapersonal learners through individual work
 Application based teaching
 Comparative teaching
 Constant reviews  There is a review paper after every two chapters or topics. A comprehensive class worksheet before every review paper helps revise the topics.
Major Objectives
 To organise, interpret and present information accurately
 To understand systems of measurement in everyday use and utilize them to solve problems
 To estimate, approximate and work to appropriate degrees of accuracy
 To interpret, transform and make appropriate use of mathematical statements expressed in words or symbols
 To recognise and use spatial relationships in two and three dimensions, in solving problems
 To recall, apply and interpret mathematical knowledge in the context of everyday situations
 To make logical deductions from given mathematical data
 To apply combinations of mathematical skills and techniques in problem solving
 To set out mathematical work, including the solution of problems, in a logical and clear form using appropriate symbols and terminology.
