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TEACHING METHODOLOGY

At Niraj International School our well trained and dedicated teachers create the right ambience for learning, encouraging the children to ask questions and find the apt answers, while guiding them towards finding solutions in innovative ways and making sure that learning is not confined to the four walls of the classroom, but also in fun-filled extra-curricular activities.

The school is centrally air cooled and equipped with state-of-the art facilities and amenities, including Audio-visual, Computer and Science Laboratories. It facilitates teaching various disciplines in an overall environment conducive for education.

At Niraj International School, we enhance opportunities through various activities including MUN and student-led conferences to ensure that students acquire a variety of useful skills such as time management, presentation, critical thinking, people management, complex problem solving, decision making etc.

Non-teaching staff are also given professional development opportunities at regular intervals in the field of academics and soft skills.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Niraj International School is very particular about the quality of the teachers employed by the school. Not only are teachers qualified academically, but also compassionate and devoted to teaching.  Professional development is given high importance at NIS. To keep the teachers updated and refreshed, teacher training workshops are organised throughout the year on various topics to develop their professional and personal attributes.  These workshops help in building further capacity and also introduce them to modern teaching tools and methods.

Experts from within and outside are engaged to deliver the training programmes. For training in the IB methodology, teachers attend several sessions, held at the regional level. Team building, leadership, language improvement, collaboration, goal setting, effective communication, emotional intelligence, problem solving, etiquette, personality development and so on are some of the skills imparted through in-house and outdoor programmes. NIS teachers are specifically trained in handling slow learners too because we believe that each child is unique.

Non-teaching staff are also given professional development opportunities at regular intervals in the field of academics and soft skills.

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