Friendly Teaching Approach
FRIENDLY Teaching Approach
Responsive Classroom Ethos:
King of Kings believes in creating an environment that stimulates curiosity, healthy competition, and excitement in learning and mastering new skills. We practice a student-centered approach to instruction by following an inter-disciplinary and inquiry-based curriculum.
Projects and Presentations:
Real life situations are conducted through regular projects and presentations dealing with a variety of topics ranging from environmental awareness to creating a sense of social responsibility.
Interactive Class Sessions:
The classroom is enriched with interactive and participatory sessions rather than the one-way mode of teaching. This stimulates the young minds and fosters an enjoyable and fun loving way of learning.
Modern Teaching Aids:
King of Kings is equipped with the latest teaching Aids like LCD and overhead projectors, computers, Smart classes, and several other e-learning aids.
Rule #6: Set up a distraction-free study area.
Here are some practical things you can do to make your study session as fruitful as possible:
Install and activate the Freedom app on your computer. Turn off your phone, and put it at least 10 feet away from your study area. Keep a clutter-free study area. Work in 30- to 45-minute blocks. Time your study sessions to help you stay focused. Give yourself a small reward every time you complete a study session, e.g. eat a fruit, watch a YouTube video, go for a short walk. On a related note, don’t multitask. You might think that you’re able to watch TV, write an essay, check your Twitter feed, and solve a Math problem – at the same time. But research shows that multitasking isn’t productive, and may even damage your brain. So focus on one thing at a time, and you’ll be that much closer to becoming a straight-A student.
Rule #7: Clarify your doubts immediately.
Many students wait until a week before the exam to clarify their doubts. This leads to panic and anxiety, a combination that doesn’t result in optimal exam performance. The alternative is simple: Ask questions. Lots of them. If you don’t understand a concept, ask your teacher to explain it again. If you feel shy about raising your hand during class, then approach your teacher after class. Yes, if you do this consistently, your classmates might label you a “teacher’s pet” or a “brown noser.” There’s always a price to pay when you pursue excellence. Accept this fact and move on. On a related note, go to class every single day. Yes, your teachers might be boring. Yes, they might tell lame jokes. Yes, they might speak in a monotone.
But nonetheless, they’ll highlight the important areas to focus on, which will save you time and effort down the line. Furthermore, you’ll probably find it easier to make sense of your teachers’ explanation, than to figure things out on your own. That’s why borrowing your classmate’s notes isn’t a substitute for attending class. I’m proud to say that throughout my 17 years of school education, I only ever skipped one class. (That class was a review session on a topic that I’d already studied several times.)