• Chrysalis High: Bridging Academic Gaps with Pathways of Experiential Learning & Child-Centered Approach
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    Chrysalis High: Bridging Academic Gaps with Pathways of Experiential Learning & Child-Centered Approach

    Back in 1990s, John Dewey introduced a breakthrough concept ‘constructivism’ in the traditional schooling system. As per this child-centered philosophy, the teacher who understands children’s development can recognize the ‘buds’ of skill development as a prelude to guiding child from a nascent stage to a more mature form of understanding. Realizing the long-term benefits a child attains from such a remarkable process, some top-notch schools nowadays strive to foster high-order reasoning and create autonomous learners by infusing constructive pedagogy with teachers taking ownership of child’s academics and development. Going well beyond these standards to keenly prepare every child for future with specific attention is Chrysalis High, a one-of-its-kind international school,...

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