Curriculum

Our curriculum is structured to identify activities and methodologies that cover the different forms of learning styles. This helps the teachers provide guidance and training materials specific to the child’s learning forms.

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DIAJ LEARNERS

Our curriculum is structured to identify activities and methodologies that cover the different forms of learning styles. This helps the teachers provide guidance and training materials specific to the child’s learning forms.

o A visual learner enjoys learning through methods such as experiments or watching an event or activity. They are always observing and soaking in details throughout the day.

o An auditory learner takes in information best when they hear it. They love to converse about the information floating around in their minds.

o A kinesthetic learner (physical or tactile learner) needs movement and activity. Dancing, running and jumping engage them. They interact with their surroundings and seek lots of sensory input.

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DAY IN A JAR -

A Perfect Fit For Your Child

DIAJ Teaching

  • The teaching approach at Day in a Jar is driven from a more advanced holistic concept of learning forms and is far from the conventional textbook based methods and is more of a blended approach that included activity based learning with a judicious mix of free form play, theme and project exploration through activities that are driven from interactive learning methods.

  • At Day in a Jar, there is a shift of focus in the learning domains and is not just specific towards subjects and content such as English, Math and Science but also incorporates specific skills such as Personal, Social, Emotional, Physical, Language, Creative and Enquiry skills.  

  • A wide range of hands on, relevant, first-hand opportunities and multi-sensorial learning experiences have been included as part of the curriculum structure for all children to develop these skills in a diverse and intellectually stimulating environment.

  • An open dynamic visual space that has been created to enhance experiential learning for all students to experience and simulate their young minds to absorb and empower their knowledge and skills to be school ready.