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Collaborative Learning Model

85% of a teacher’s time is spent in routine tasks: preparation and delivery of content (4 out of 7 periods a day), formative and summative assessments, house-keeping and record-keeping chores. As a result, she finds it a challenge to spend quality time and personalize learning; to teach the child, and not just the subject. After all, that is her primary role.

We intend to introduce teacher-robots in the near future; they will make the teacher more relevant than what they are today. This will be marked by complementary between human teachers and robots as shown below:

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Our Schools

A robust education system for children designed to not just enrich them with knowledge but also equip them with the skills required to lead in the current globalized environment

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Our Schools

A robust education system for children designed to not just enrich them with knowledge but also equip them with the skills required to lead in the current globalized environment

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Our Early Learning Centers

A pre-school for your toddlers that prepares them for their schooling years by developing their learning abilities and honing their skills

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Our Early Learning Centers

A pre-school for your toddlers that prepares them for their schooling years by developing their learning abilities and honing their skills

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Experiential Learning

We understand that the ideal form of learning leadership goes beyond theory which is why we encourage and facilitate learning through experiences

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Experiential Learning

We understand that the ideal form of learning leadership goes beyond theory which is why we encourage and facilitate learning through experiences

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We, at Indus, believe that the most sustainable way to pay back to society is through quality education. We envisioned a school in which students will take the lead in changing Indian society for the better; acting locally but thinking globally. We understand that until students have given back locally to their society, they will not be able to contribute effectively to wider global issues or become global citizens and the only way to make it happen is by providing them with a sound education system.

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In the educational domain, the quality of teachers is a critical factor in an institution’s success. ITARI has been set up as a faculty-training institute, to support the educational industry and Indus Institutions. ITARI was inaugurated on 1st Dec 2009, by Mr. Gavin Newsom, Mayor of San Francisco, California, U.S.A

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It took Covid 19 to remind the world that, online teaching, learning and working is not a substitute for classroom teaching, but an alternative. The present pandemic has shattered this glass-ceiling. Regrettably, most teachers continue teach online they way they taught offline. This is the gravest default that will lead to irreversible consequences when children become adults. Even from a neurological perspective, it is unsound and unhealthy, because the plasma medium is vastly different to the paper medium. 

Online learning is empowering, because it helps a child to take responsibility for her / his learning. Moreover, unlike classroom teaching, a teacher can effortlessly personalise the learning of individual students. 

The greatest gift of online learning is in developing competencies. This is because it emphasises non-linear learning through self-learning and greater imagination which inevitably leads to creativity and innovation. We should welcome this big shift, as it will afford children greater opportunities to be innovative - the only way to succeed in the future. 

The future of learning will be blended - a mix of online and offline learning. Likewise, the future of work too will be a healthy blend of work from home and office. This future has already arrived and children and parents should adapt readily. 

 

With warm regards,