The R & D Of Our Curriculum
At KKEL, we use a unique instructive model that has a profound impact on the way our learners engage in the process of thinking and learning. This has been developed with more than 1,50,000 man-hours spent on research and design, incorporating contemporary education research, neuroscience, behavioural and energy science.
Our curriculum links theory to practice and is built on the principles of analysis, synthesis and evaluation, which focus on the optimal garnering of knowledge, interpretation of facts, recognising patterns and drawing valid conclusions, making the right choices and being able to apply and defend them. (Bloom's taxonomy of higher-order thinking). The unique instructive model involves intelligence training that focuses on music, spatial relations and interpersonal knowledge, in addition to mathematical and linguistic abilities. This enhances the capacity to solve problems that are valued in one or more cultural settings. (Howard Gardner's multiple intelligence and integrated theme).
Little minds are crammed with unnecessary information through the traditional and unscientific method of rote learning. Children become averse to attending school. Research substantiates that children learn best when what they learn is experiential and linked to their daily lives. The child's mind is keen on problem-solving ideas rather than memorising answers to questions. Each child learns differently: one does by seeing, another listens intently, and some of them through activity. The child's education is the key to a better future.
Let us learn, let us educate.