Classroom was designed collaboratively with teachers to help them save time, keep classes organized, and improve communication with students. With so much attention to curriculum and teaching skills to improve student achievement, it may come as a surprise that something as simple as how a classroom looks could actually make a difference in how students learn. A new analysis finds that the design and aesthetics of school buildings and classrooms has surprising power to impact student learning and success. "For students to learn to their full potential, the classroom environment must be of minimum structural quality and contain cues signaling that all students are valued learners."
AIS emphasize learning by experience, and our labs are therefore an important part of what makes the school unique.
We take great care that science, math, and other subjects are learned through observations of the physical and natural world, and not merely from textbooks. Worksheets for active lab work are prepared before the lab sessions, and children are encouraged to carry out learning experiments independently. They are also encouraged to draw their own inferences, and perfect them through iterative learning
Schools are more than the places our children go to for learning – they are also the physical environments in which they spend much of their growing lives, and it is important, therefore, that their physical strength and stamina should also be nurtured during school time.
We encourage children to feel comfortable with their experience of sport, and we promote team events as well as individual sports. We also encourage children who are eager to take up sports competitively.
Library is an active learning centre that was deliberately designed to be flexible and vibrant to enable it to accommodate and celebrate the school’s wide range of
current and future learning activities.
We believe that libraries must foster learning, and encourage children to actively seek new knowledge in various forms. The large library includes material that is sourced widely, and – more importantly – we will encourage children to scour through every inch of it!
Our goal is to ensure that students see the library as an integral part of a life of learning, providing both scholarship and enjoyment.
The Digital Education was supposed to make technology a ubiquitous part of the secondary learning and providing a school-wide wireless network. With this unprecedented access to mobile computing technology, a thousand flowers of digital educational innovation would surely bloom.
Digital learning is any type of learning that is facilitated by technology or by instructional practice that makes effective use of technology. Digital learning occurs across all learning areas and domains. It encompasses the application of a wide spectrum of practices including: blended and virtual learning.
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AIS includes a full-fledged Center for the Arts, which will be a place of learning the performing arts for our students, and also a center for staging performances by artistes. The Center will teach music and dance, and also organize workshops.
The Center for the Arts will be the creative hub of AIS, hosting and promoting activities throughout the year.
ECA [Extra Curricular Activities]
Professional experts are involved to refine pupils in their area of interest and to bring them to limelight. The various clubs:
* Vocal Classical Music
* Classical Dance
* Western Dance