Innovative Teaching

The rapid changes and increased complexity of today’s world present new challenges and put new demands on our education system. There has been generally a growing awareness of the necessity to change and improve the preparation of students for productive functioning in the continually changing and highly demanding environment. In confronting this challenge it is necessary to consider the complexity of the education system itself and the multitude of problems that must be addressed. Clearly, no simple, single uniform approach can be applied with the expectation that significant improvements of the system will occur.

Hence, the methodologically planned curriculum that we offer is an amalgamation of theory and practice. Our approach is holistic and lays emphasis on developing the Intelligence quotient, Technical quotient, Emotional quotient and Spiritual quotient.

Our USP is our adaptive teaching methodology- adapting to different student characteristics by using diverse methods of teaching: adaptation to the ability level, learning styles, personality characteristics as well as cultural backgrounds.

Well qualified and committed teaching staff and an interactive digital learning solution makes learning an experience children never forget.

Our school provides an environment that encourages a questioning mind and gives students numerous avenues for expressing their creativity and building their skills.

Socially Useful and Productive Work (SUPW)

Chintelians are actively engaged in Socially Useful and Productive Work. Social service has been an integral part of the school since its inception. We believe that charity begins at home- our students conduct weekly health workshops and classes to educate our Class IV employees

Our cultural and didactic innovations are based on the following pillars:

  • Integrated and collaborative learning
  • Experiential learning
  • Social and emotional development
  • Reflective assessment
  • Proficiency in subject knowledge and communication skills
  • Democratic participation
  • Co-existence with nature