Classroom transactions at the Senior Secondary Level needs to promoter learner autonomy while emphasising the building of core concepts and skills. At Vidyaniketan, we promote inter-subjective engagement in learning at the Group and Individual levels. In addition, teachers employ a variety of strategies to best cater for the needs of students.
Our approach to learning enables a deeper concept assimilation while helping students realize their strengths and informing them about areas where they need to work on. This allows them to make informed career decisions as they decide their future academic pursuits. Our emphasis on building thinking skills promotes cognitive acceleration.
We encourage different learning styles by adopting diverse and innovative pedagogy while our core focus is on in-depth concept assimilation. As a result, learner workouts allow different students to get to different outcomes. Students are encouraged to reflect on their own ways of learning and assess what they have learned. The programs also allow interdisciplinary inquiry into integrated learning modules.
Experimentation in laboratories forms an integral part of the Senior Secondary Curriculum. Our state of the art of laboratories, allow students to gain a deeper understanding of concepts through experimentation and analysis. Students who require additional sessions in laboratories are encouraged to pursue their research until they obtain satisfactory results and a deep understanding.
Students who opt for the Computer Science, graduate from learning the basics to advanced programming concepts.
We recognize the profound need to equip our students with the knowledge and confidence to succeed in tomorrow’s globalized community. Appropriate use of relevant technology to strengthen our pedagogy allows us to train our students in the right direction.
Courses Offered –
Students are required to choose 4 subjects and English for Class XI & XII
Science Stream –
Commerce Stream –
Accountancy/Business Studies/Statistics/Economics/Computer Science/Psychology