To make learning a pleasant occupation, DWS employs a traditional and amusing method of teaching as far as possible. Observation and Experimentation come first in the list of priority. To arouse the spirit of inquiry in a child, project works, field trips are encompassed as a part of the curriculum. Being one of Best CBSE schools in Hyderabad, our school endeavors to uphold a desirable 1:25 teacher-student ratio. Efficiency is exercised in the selection of teachers. Our school welcomes the participation and cooperation of the parents in the learning procedure, with the administration, through frequent Parent Teacher meetings, where the parents are expected to interconnect with the management in the presence of a child.
Student Centric Learning
Concentration on teacher-centric teaching reduces students to passive recipients of understanding. Traditional teaching is a one-way road, where the teachers teach and the students learn by routine. Henceforth, as one of the prominent International Schools in Hyderabad, we make an atmosphere in which students are methodically encouraged to constantly search for their own learning. DWS teachers just play the part of “facilitators”.
Project Based Learning
Each and every student is allocated individual projects in their parts of particular intelligence to develop and improve their skills and relevant intelligence.
Kangaroo Fields (Field Trips)
A field trip is a holiday to a place outside the classroom which is designed to accomplish certain objectives, which cannot be attained as well by using other means. Usually, field trips expand the student’s learning through practical experience with the opulent resources of the local communal and raise the student knowledge and understanding of a subject and add practicality to the subject of study.
Because of the rising demands and necessities of a fast-changing global community, awareness and skills for responsible citizenship at local, state, national and global level becomes significant. The School’s citizenship curriculum has progressed through a new concept of multidimensional citizenship learning, whereby both the School and the public interface as partners. Such education inspires young people to reflect on, and become vigorously involved in carving a better world. Students, therefore, understand more clearly, what citizenship actually means, and feel ready to make the important contribution for humankind in a viable environment. With these rich objectives, Delhi World School will provide a base for making the principles of global citizenship a reality.