Submitted by dhrupad on 15 January, 2018 - 12:48
Submitted by aditi on 14 January, 2018 - 17:05
Doing is an integral part of Aarohi. We learn when we do, We fail when we do. We grow when we do. We explore when we do. We get feedback when we do. We assess when we do.
Doing is all around us. Doing at Aarohi comes to us in many different forms - observing trying, helping, exploring, staying, thinking, reflecting, pausing, rejecting, inventing, experimenting and failing.
Submitted by aditi on 14 January, 2018 - 16:21
His first presentation.
His attempt to throw himself in front of the audience.
He worked hard to know more about engines.
He worked on himself to come out of his own inhibitions ( I can't, I don't, mistakes means others laugh).
He worked on making a presentation.
He worked on composing his flow of the session.
Submitted by dhrupad on 10 January, 2018 - 12:07
Submitted by aditi on 8 January, 2018 - 11:24
The session on understanding theatre began with a question “Why one does theatre?” Apart from being profession, joy and living our interest, theatre tells stories, live that character, and maybe carry a message.
Submitted by aditi on 8 January, 2018 - 10:45
This began with a question what is “NEW”? Everone around was wishing “happy NEW year”.
Submitted by aditi on 8 January, 2018 - 10:37
He likes aeroplanes. He wonders how aeroplanes fly? He also likes watching videos on "how the stuff works?"
So both together became a session on "aeroplanes". He took an hour session with the community and explained all about aeroplanes.
Submitted by aditi on 22 December, 2017 - 18:21
Story of breaking own boundaries
Story of power of visulaization
Story of trying
Story of failing
Story of peresverance
Standing on the board, riding the wave a rush of glory hit me. I landed smoothly on the shore and shouted out a victory yell. I looked out into the ocean and gave a huge smile to my instructor. I has successfully rode my first wave, I successfully surfed for the first time.
Submitted by aditi on 22 December, 2017 - 18:04
Mr. Sarvanan, a certified snake rescuer shared his understanding of snakes. The topic itself has the huge number of questions.
Submitted by aditi on 22 December, 2017 - 17:47
Anyone coming to the campus and joining us for any duration is nothing but an opportunity interacting with more children/adults and creating a space of mutual learning. No plans, no activities, no classes.
It's just the same mantra -
No CURRICULUM - because we believe that children can decide what they want to learn, how much they want to learn. So children effectively choose what they want to do or learn from whatever is worth doing or learning in this world.