Learning by Experiencing

Learning - a way of life

This week we experienced math in living, while we also continued with maths club - Four meals a day, On average 25 people at campus. 60% reaching late for the meals or finishing late. That makes it 15 each meal, 60 each day, 300 each week (5 days a week) - hmmm the number looks BIG! On average 5 people in clean up, 3 out of 5 comes late, that makes it 12 people in a day not showing up in time for meals clean up, in week this number is 60 (12 x 5).

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Making Breakfast

Making a meal is unknown process - often it reaches to our kids plate and then they just need to consume it. “Make your own breakfast”, was the announcement and the platter was displayed with choices - all we needed to do was to make breakfast for our own breakfast”.

And that’s all! Rest is all your imagination

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Product making

We buy things in our daily life

We are also choosy about what we buy and why

Ever wondered what goes in making of any product?

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Understanding Appreciation

“Wow, Good Job, Keep it up, I am proud of you, beautiful, so nice…” these are some of the exclamation we offer to our kids to keep them going (encouraging). But is there something beyond “praising”?

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Repairs Curriculum

Repairs are part of Aarohi curriculum. When multiple people use resources, the wear and tear is natural - sometimes things break with usage, sometimes with misuses. Whatever is the case, repair brings an opportunity to understand our resources and connection with the tools.

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Water Walk

Can a campus teach? Water walk at Aarohi is nothing but understanding water and sanitation system at Aarohi. Where does the water comes to the campus and where does it goes? Water at the campus comes from the bore well and goes back to the ground through plants - in the process it travels to our tank, to our toilets, to our bathrooms, to our kitchen washing, to our water treatment system ... and then to our kitchen garden and then to the ground back and the cycle starts.

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Dynamic Curriculum

Part of this week's curriculum - Month of May spread sheet in accounts, Making router access point and repeater to make Internet working, UPS passage, Different drawings, Making thin blade to be able to make a sellable product, researching about the wood which can be carved and  carve a tree, concentrating on shapes of cookies in baking, writing stories, designing business card and focusing on different colours, focusing on maths, science and Hindi, glass painting and focusing on bringing neatness, integer in maths, give a new look to library, towel hanger using curves apart from other

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Sense of Space

The measurement are not only about centimeters and inches or finding the conversion. It is much more joyous than just converting inches to feet and centimeters and meters. 
The joy of measurement is in developing the sense of space. What does this mean?

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Fetstivity in October

Had a wonderful festival celebration this week.

Festivals are one of the most enjoyable celebration at Aarohi - brings different ideas, beliefs and ideas together. 
One announcement "dance practice on a song" led to few people coming together and practice began. A dance drama was prepared within few hours of practice. 
Together food was cooked, served and we all ate together. And a mytholgy story made our celebration alive. 

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Story of Structure

What makes one to feel that only structured education can teach you how to learn in structured way?

Our son Dhrupad, now 13yrs old has never been to any structured education. Often that also lead to surprise for others “then how is he learning maths and science?”

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