KKEL institutions cater to the ICSE, CBSE, & IGCSE boards. Our Schools may offer one/more of these Boards.
KKEL-ENRICHED CURRICULUM ACROSS ALL BOARDS:
Each of the Education Bodies/Boards mentioned above have outlined certain directives, objectives and learning outcomes for schools aspiring accreditation for the respective board.
The curriculum is thus designed by the individual institutions making the teaching-learning process very school-specific. This is where we have an edge over the others as we have experience and expertise of 15 long years in the development of curriculum.
Our in-house R&D team of 65 instructional design experts shapes the unique KKEL curriculum and formulates innovative pedagogies that ensure maximum absorption and assimilation of knowledge.
We believe it is necessary to be imaginative with the content of the course. Our courseware is created to ensure that the learner is immersed in multiple, complex, interactive experiences. The more the course allows the learner to use all of their senses, the richer, the more detailed and interesting the student’s perceptions will be. The teaching is multifaceted in order to allow all students to express visual, tactile, emotional, or auditory preferences. Project work has choices that are variable enough to attract individual interests.
A curriculum matrix is created to encourage students to internalise the logical relationships and interfacings of similar concepts, skills and attitudes which exist across varied subject areas. Interfacing common areas of the curriculum provides a way of teaching that reflects the interconnectedness of the real world.
Thus at KKEL, the course content of each Board is:
- Based on the latest brain research for effective learning.
- Imaginative course content to capture the interest of every child
- Reflects the interconnectedness of the real world.
- Encourages students to internalise logical relationships and interfacings of similar concepts and skills across varied subject areas.
- Carefully planned classroom sessions keeping the content and students’ difficulty in mind