Mindful Parenting: Why it is important for you and your child

On October 22, 2019,

Parenting can most certainly be one of the most challenging and stressful jobs. However, its significance lies in the influence that it has on the children. Practising the idea of mindfulness as parents and modelling the same for our children might very well be the factor that tips the balance…

The Best Summer Plan for your Child

On June 11, 2019,

Summer vacations are around the corner and if you’re a parent, you’d probably be wondering how your child can spend them in a productive as well as fun way. The answer: School summer camps! Summer camps are widely known for providing a safe environment for children where they can gain…

Understanding the MYP

On April 25, 2019,

The very first programme to be introduced in 1968 by the International Baccalaureate was the High School Diploma Programme, also known as the IBDP. The aim of this programme then was to provide young people with skills and attitudes to better understand and then act to improve our world. Those…

How unique extracurricular activities help students with a holistic education

On April 12, 2019,

Authored by Ms. Mona Seervai – Head of School, Mount Litera School International The unspoken demand on schools today is to make their studentsworld citizens equipped for tomorrow. This can be achieved by providing them real life experiences which enable them to pursue further education as well as be better…

Differentiation is vital to tap individual potential

On April 12, 2019,

Authored by Mrs. Navyata Goenka – Advisor, Mount Litera School International Differentiation is a must-have tool for any teacher who interacts with groups of children. It essentially equips a teacher to cater to the developmental needs of each child under his/her care and enables them to progress at their own…

Innovative teaching techniques that help children learn better Life’s lessons from the humble snail

On April 12, 2019,

Attributed to Ms. Mona Seervai – Head of School, Mount Litera School International and Ms. AkshataKamat – Teacher, Mount Litera School International Schools no longer follow the conventional ways of teaching only from the letters of a textbook. The international curriculum focusses on how children learn best, and we are…

Inquiry based learning in the early years

On April 12, 2019,

Children love to inquire! It is one of the ways in which they understand themselves and the world around them. These inquiries and questions work as an essential tool for teachers to encourage and enhance children’s thinking and learning. As educators we need to feed these curious minds and offer…