Secondary Schooling: Initiating a Scholastic Renaissance
St.Paul’s: The Masters of Education
Asia’s largest educational institution is espoused to the task of making professionals out of students with an uncanny magic touch. Students graduating from St.Paul’s Schools and Colleges (10+2) do not chase jobs but chase careers. The students are fostered to blend into any professional sphere they wish to make a career in. The secret behind the cent percent success rate of St.Paul’s is in churning out professional careers in a prolific measure year after year for about a quarter century lies in the unchallenged commitment to make lives of even average students better, academically.
Imparting education to students in the web age is dynamic and demanding. Teachers need to be familiar with the IT trends and progress in the world of contemporary knowledge. Events around the planet are now in a state of flux and gathering momentum by the day. Inventions are happening almost every other day.
One factor has come to stay : change.
Teachers need to stay competent in order to reach out to the present generation of students. They need to have a wealth of knowledge and their wits around them. Adapting to new pedagogical tools is the order of the day as the computer and the LCD screen have replaced the chalk and the board. Familiarity with and application of latest technology is obligatory. Professionalism is the name of the educational game in the present world.
St.Paul’s at the helm of Educational Renaissance
Secondary level of school is the decisive phase in the scholastic preference of a student. Children study various subjects by scrutinizing and not by scanning as at the Primary level. Each concept in every topic of the respective subjects is analyzed and examined in the class-room by the student under the teaching and supervision of the teacher. Teachers do impact the learning process of the subjects on the students. St.Paul’s Techno Schools believe in emphasizing on the learning methodology rather than the teaching.
Learning Process : 360° turn around
St.Paul’s has proffered a 360° turnaround to the conventional teaching-learning methodology. The improved approach is to tackle the issue at the core level in order to introduce a fresh and novel learning methodology : transferring teaching methodology to the back seat. The argument is simple : alter the sequence.
In this sequence the subject itself becomes the teacher while the teacher becomes a facilitator. Thus the student comes into direct contact with the subject and the teacher playing the role of a medium through which the student gets closer to the subject. This helps the cause of the student being influenced by the subject rather than by the teacher in the learning process.