Learning at Treamis
Treamis Learning Objectives
Regardless of the curriculum, learning at Treamis is way beyond the knowledge gained from books. Here learning happens with life skills incorporated in all the lessons learnt and in all forms of activities inside and outside the classroom. Right from boarding the school bus till returning home, all the actions and responses connect with life skills.
Be it team based classroom projects or nurturing interpersonal skills in relating to others empathetically or building up confidence in the power of expression through participation in debates, the learning integrates defined activities generating determined outcomes.
The learning system creates instructional scenarios in artificial representations pertaining to real life situations in the form of simulations, where the learners are placed in an experiential world. This gives them a first-hand experience of a deeper understanding and a smarter handling of real life challenges.
Treamis adopts a constructivist and student –centric approach to learning where knowledge is not only acquired but constructed. The emphasis is on active learning with respect to real life involvement, connectedness and concurrency. Effective approaches to teaching and learning are developed within the global contexts promoting global engagement, multilingualism, intercultural understanding and pride in self-identity.
The age appropriateness
The curriculum is designed to give age appropriate outcomes as the student progresses to different levels from preschool to high school.
The curriculum focuses on cognitive and motor skills in the preschool, transdisciplinary concepts in the primary school and practical approach in middle school.
At the high school level, the focus of the curriculum is to prepare students for the Board examination and college.
The wholesome learning framework encompasses academics, art, sports handled out of passion with a purpose.
Treamis Special Educators help children with learning difficulties. After detailed discussion with parents, an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is prepared for each child.
Intervention is provided through one-on-one sessions and in small groups. Assessments are conducted according to each student’s needs and potential. The reports are discussed periodically with parents.
The department organizes monthly workshops for teachers to identify and manage students that require special needs.
Counselling is also provided for age related issues, emotional and behavioural challenges faced by students The department also conducts quarterly seminars for parents on issues related to parenting.
This is an opportunity for the partakers to engage in constructive debates, formulate their creativity and derive sustainable solutions to the real world problems. It will develop students’ abilities with their positive attitude to unleash their full potential and attain success in life. It will also make them responsible citizens who are aware of the real world issues.
Student Exchange Program
With this program, the students gain experience in building new friendships, respecting differences and tolerating the beliefs of others. While exploring and learning about the lives of others, they discover new aspects of yourself.