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Teaching & Learning  Teaching & Learning

 Inspiring    All encompassing education:  Ÿ Dignity of labour
              Ÿ Collaborative learning
              Ÿ Inquiry based learning  Ÿ High moral standards
 Junior Years  Ÿ Experiential learning  Ÿ Life skills
              Ÿ ICT and Technology
                                        Ÿ Emotional and social intelligence
              Ÿ Computational Thinking

 Group discussion
 Students aged 11-13 are emerging as junior
 youth and curious adolescents. The foundations
 of solid learning laid here set the stage for
 academic success in the senior years.

 CMS identifies key aspects occurring in transition
 from childhood to adulthood, which form the
 foundation of learning during the Junior years.

 1.  Intellectual
    Students have opportunities to be curious
 and inquire. Thinking is extended and
 challenged through activities like discussion
 prompts, model making, HOTs, debating,
 public speaking, and participation in
 international events
 2.  Social
    Through a culturally responsive programme
 students explore and invent themself
 through various group activities such as
 community drive and social service.  Personalised learning
 3.  Physical
    The programme caters well for students
 need to be physically active through sports
 and games, dance and inculcating in them
 life skills like yoga and meditation.
 4.  Emotional and Psychological
    Teachers are sensitive to the emotional and
 psychological changes happening in
 students. Counsellor is available in campus
 to support and help students as well as
 their parents when required. To develop
 emotional intelligence meaningful guest
 sessions are organised.
 5.  Moral  Working with humanoid robot
    CMS Junior Youth Empowerment
 Programme provides a platform to young
 adolescent learners to have an impact on
 making the world a better place. ‘Dignity of
 Labour’ is practiced to inculcate the value
 of equal and respectful treatment of people
 of all jobs.
                                                                                               Tablet based learning

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