At Ramagya, we understand that every child is different and so are their capabilities and intelligence levels. We provide opportunities for each student to recognize and utilize their unique intelligence and assess their competences in intelligence-fair ways. Students are taught to use their strengths in the right manner by understanding the areas of their interests and developing their knowledge in those areas which act as a weakness for them.
At Ramagya, we follow the Multiple Intelligence concept to develop the visual skills of the children. The Multiple Intelligence is implemented to identify a broader range of potential in the children of today. The visual learning style comprises the use of seen or observed things, which consist of images, diagrams, demonstrations, displays, placards, movies, flip-charts, and the rest. Most people possess a dominant or preferred learning style. In order to ascertain these styles various tests are conducted. Visual learners remember what is written even if it is not read for more than once. Such learners learn things easily by just watching them.
Auditory learning involves the transfer of information by way of listening. Children are often seen responding well to speeches, sounds and noises. Such children are auditory learners. To enable their holistic development, various auditory activities, such as brainstorming, buzz groups, or Jeopardy are conducted in day to day learning. At Ramagya, we believe in strengthening the skills of such children by encouraging them to listen to recommendations, have frequent group discussions, participate in debates, and other such activities.
Derived from the Greek word ‘kineo’ meaning to move, and ‘aisthesis’ meaning sensation, ‘kineo-aisthesis’ means ‘move-sensation’. Thus, Kinesthetic is a learning style which involves the stimulation of nerves in the body’s muscles, joints and tendons. It entails learning by adopting such strategies that include physical experience for example touching, feeling, performing, learning by doing, exercising practical hands-on activities, and much more. Kinesthetic learners do best when there is external stimulation or movement. To help such learners, the instructors at Ramagya guide children to transfer information using such methods that comprises of hands on activities like using keyboards, tablets, and the rest.
What parents say about us
We strongly feel significant improvement in overall personalitiy of our child. He/She has improved exponentially on his approach to understand/learn new things.
-Vishal Kumar parent of Kavish Kumar Class NUR A