About CBSE-i

 

 

 

 

The International curriculum was designed and launched in 2010 by the CBSE board with the above objectives as a quality oriented alternative to International boards of Education. Doha Modern Indian School is one of the few schools in the Middle East and South East Asia to implement CBSE-I programme in the same year. The school offers the CBSE-I curriculum in Grades 1 to 9, to be upgraded to Grade 10 in the next academic session.

 

Activities

 

The activities and projects, the worksheets and research work inspire the students to acquire higher thinking skills and thereby gain knowledge. The curriculum has given a boost to their confidence along with a natural thirst for information.

 

 

The emphasis is on learning by doing and interactive classes. Group discussions, Choral Recitations, Declamation, Role plays, debating, dramatics, science projects and field trips are some of the activities that are being conducted. The use of electronic media facilitates the learning experience and comprehension of concepts. The class library inspires the students to develop the habit of reading.

 

 

Teaching Approach

 

In CBSE-I classes teachers follow an enquiry based approach. They motivate the students to think critically, raise questions, reflect, interpret, analyze, explore and research. The activity based approach helps the child to develop an interest in learning and become a lifelong learner.

 

Faculty

 

The faculty members at Doha Modern Indian School are one of finest educators who walk the extra mile in shaping and moulding young minds. Training sessions for teachers are regularly held by the board to ensure that the teachers keep themselves updated with the innovative methods of teaching and implement them effectively in the class room. Training sessions are also conducted by Heads and Teachers from our sister schools, The Cambridge School (TCS) and Cambridge International School for Girls (CISG).

 

Evaluation System - The evaluation of the learners is based on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). The objective of the evaluation is diagnostic, remedial, reinforcing and developmental. The focus of assessment is on testing the skill-base of the learners in the course of their learning process. Due weightage is given to project work, activities and assignments. Final assessment of the child and promotion to the next class is based on overall performance throughout the session.