AIM module is a personalized treasure map; towards discovering, assessing and nurturing the unique gifts and strengths of a child. It forms the foundation for comprehensive development plans tailor made for each child. Every child has a unique path towards true success and happiness, and it involves holistic self discovery and development. AIM will illuminate this path and guide the child with milestones along the way.
A: Abilities Module
“The ability to learn is not fixed and it can change with your effort.”
Cognitive Intelligence- To assess the ability to remember, reason, make meaning from context, solve problems and make sound judgments
Emotional Intelligence- To assess the ability of a child to generate, recognize, express, understand and evaluate their own and others’ emotions Social Intelligence- To assess the ability of a child to reason about such social information as the power of situations, group status and memberships and group dynamics
“Everybody is a Genius. But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree, It Will Live Its Whole Life believing that It is Stupid.”
Interest- To explore the likes and dislikes of a child accompanying the doing of an activity or the thought of performing it
Personality- To find the patterns of thought, feeling and behavior that are relatively enduring across and individual’s life span
‘The superior man makes the difficulty to be overcome his first interest; success only comes later.’ ~ Confucius
Growth Mindset- To explore the capability of a child to find strength in their struggles and seeing difficult tasks as challenges rather than obstacles and threats
Grit- To find the passion and perseverance of a child for long term goals and the ability to work hard towards these goals
Spiritual well being- To explore the ability of a child to experience and integrate meaning and purpose in life through their connectedness with self , others or a power greater than oneself
Connecting the Dots is an Inter disciplinary Experiential Learning Module which uses common daily objects like bicycle or a fan to develop new learning pathways towards holistic knowledge. It is an antithesis to pedagogic learning of traditional education systems. Through dismantling and re assembling of a bicycle the students learn history of bicycle and wheel, related economic theories, science which goes into manufacturing bicycle and so on. Apart from getting involved in hands on activities and imbibing practical knowledge, children learn effective verbal and non verbal communication, resourcefulness, teamwork and aspects of leadership.