Montessori School in Goa soon
12 May 2009 12:00am IST
PANJIM, MAY 11 The Ardee School, New Delhi and Gurgaon, plan to start an internationally standardized pure Montessori school in Goa from June at a restored Portuguese house at Sangolda on CHOGM Road in North.HERALD NEWS DESK
PANJIM, MAY 11
The Ardee School, New Delhi and Gurgaon, plan to start an internationally standardized pure Montessori school in Goa from June at a restored Portuguese house at Sangolda on CHOGM Road in North. The physical space at Ardee School Goa connects with the psychic- pedagogy of the child to nurture a child centered environment.
The facilities at Ardee School will facilitate ‘hands on’ elements like an adventure playground, swimming pool and an amphitheatre. A Montessori lab with materials will allow to children to explore didactic scientific apparatus for learning life skills, while Curriculum planning emphasizes collaborative learning, group projects and discussion groups.
At ARDEE, teachers closely track the progress of each child with an individual work and development record which does not assess only learners but the entire learning and curriculum process.
A brain child of Ashok Varma, Ex President of School of Management, the core team of Ardee comprises of Chairperson Shefali Varma and Chanda Raisinghani, Director Education, Ardee School and member NCTE, Govt of India.
The Ardee School Goa will be spear headed by Farzana Khan an academician with trainers experience at a well established ICSE school.
The Art faculty will feature abstract-action painter Deviprasad C Rao and his art exploration education methodology called ‘Project Devamitra’. For further details call Farzana Khan on 9881744352.
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