3 to 6 years:Very young children learn through pictorial stories, play situ
6 to 12 years:Children become capable of learning, creating, accomplishing numerous new skills and knowledge by comprehending and observing various things around them.
13 to 18 years:Adolescence or teenage is a stage where learning primarily depends upon what learners do. Learners of this age group want to try out new things and explore fresh avenues on their own and develop an understanding by themselves.
Subject where pure memorizing of formulae, theorems, dates, events are required
Live examples are given to engage learners and help them relate to the real-life scenarios
Content such as History is taught as engaging stories with lots of audio-visual content in the form of graphics, animation and videos
Historical data and past events are brought to life in an engaging manner
History and certain concepts of Maths are not taught in a manner that all learners understand.
Practical and simple storyboards are used
Parallels are used for learners to relate to the subject
Animation integrated with suitable audio makes a concept engaging
There are many great features in ICR, especially the revised version, but for us two features make it a class apart from its competitors. First is the Assessment Engine which has more than one lakh questions, which has made testing quick, simple but exceedingly impactful. The second is that the content in ICR is dynamic, my teachers can add their own content to the system and create lessons that are more attuned to their classes. This flexibility is totally amazing, unlike the cookie cutter approach of other products, ICR believes in evolution as a solution, and we really appreciate that.Dr Saraswat, Principal, The Scindia School, Gwalior
For students ICR offers myriad strategies for achieving success that will last lifetime. The student find opportunities for personal growth, self-discovery, and fun. It helps them to enhance their learning and built certain core skills to help them grow into more responsible, contributing members of the society.Ms Anuradha Pant, Principal, Mayoor School, Raipur
Interactive Classroom enabled the students to learn and explore concepts and verify facts through a variety of activities as well as visual Multimedia, etc. It is providing an opportunity to students and clarifying the basic concepts through interactive teaching/computer aided teaching. It provides scope for greater involvement of both the mind and heart which facilitates cognition.Principal, Ryan International School, Ludhiana