Most of the Indian schools lay more prominence on exam focused learning than a practical approach towards edification. This causes a feeling of discouragement in the young student turning him/her away from inquisitiveness an interrogative personality, invention and criticism. A lot of students will have an improved performance in class if unconventional alternate approaches of assessment are used in the final evaluation. This is exactly the goal of Growing Minds with their ELF Language Lab for schools which will lay a strong and happy foundation in the young minds to build a base for them to grow and achieve success.

Growing Minds in association with ELF sets up English Language Labs in schools. The goal of the ELF English Program is to get children to read, understand and speak fluently in English.

With more than 1.5 million schools, 260 million enrolments and 12 million teachers, India has the largest, most diverse and complicated learning systems in the world.

While access to education has been an enormous success story and is now nearly universal, children are not learning well, and the trend has been worrying — 52.2% of students in Class 5 cannot read a Class 2 level text, and 74.1% cannot solve a division problem.

In the process of researching the gaps in education, solutions, and funding landscape Growing Minds discovered many exciting and innovative solutions that address unmet needs and work with multiple stakeholders across the ecosystem — be it students, teachers, schools or the broader community — that focus on ‘outcomes’ for learning.

Here are ten ways in which the education space is being transformed today through simple and effective solutions:

About the Growing Minds ELF English Program

Growing Minds in association with ELF to set up English Language Labs in schools. The goal of the ELF English Program is to get children to read, understand and speak fluently in English.

There are 8 graded levels in the program, each having clear goals for English reading and comprehension, as well as speaking skills. The ELF content includes interactive video lessons, interesting classroom activities and reinforcement using workbooks.

The ELF trainers support teachers to achieve the targeted learning goals for each class.

  • Interactive learning videos
  • Workbooks for each child
  • Training of teachers every term
  • Progress tracking and feedback
  • Assessments and Reports

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Most of the Indian schools lay more prominence on exam focused learning than a practical approach towards edification. This causes a feeling of discouragement in the young student turning him/her away from inquisitiveness an interrogative personality, invention and criticism. A lot of students will have an improved performance in class if unconventional alternate approaches of assessment are used in the final evaluation. This is exactly the goal of Growing Minds with their ELF Language Lab for schools which will lay a strong and happy foundation in the young minds to build a base for them to grow and achieve success.