Student Learning

Imbibing the facts from neurobiological studies, we articulate that “learning in the brain refers to neural capacity to process and respond to different sensory or multimodal inputs on both basic and complex levels.” Based on these facts, we have classified our pedagogy into the following categories to offer our children an effortless and joyous learning experience.

A scientific approach based on the Neurocognitive studies…

To broaden young minds, we have introduced Advanced Brainology powered by Mavericks learning approach in our Future Pathway Schools to meet the new age demands.

The Maverciks learning approach is derived from scientifically proven best principles of child development. This program brings a potential change in the overall usage of the child’s brain capacity, crucially defining their chances of becoming a GENIUS. This is a joyous learning approach where it specifically deals in dramatically increasing the intelligence and well-being of children.

Steps along the path to success…

The Future Pathways program has evolved to lay a facile path in providing futuristic education. It reflects the best of educational research derived from our schools, responding to the challenges and opportunities faced by young students in our rapidly changing world led by advanced technology.

No two students are the same…

We believe that the world is changing, so the need for education to evolve is of more importance than ever before. While no one can predict the future, in a world increasingly driven by advances in technology, it is very essential to nurture inherent human skills such as creativity, intuition and interpersonal social skills. Future Pathways combines the characteristics of advancement of technology along with the most advanced learning environments and commits to innovate in order to define a new era of education.

Enter the Genius Journey of Future Pathways

Stage I.

Explorative Learning

If we treat children as they ought to be, we help them become what they are capable of becoming,
-says German Genius Gothe.

Research shows that every human brain has a virtually limitless learning capacity, which makes every child a potential genius. During the formative years of development, a child can absorb and grasp all the things which were taught to them. The explorative learning aims to ‘See Genius in Many Colors’ as the child will engage in an open-ended exploration of activities. Thus, it helps to unlock and discover the genius within the child by igniting curiosity and imagination.

Stage II:

Empirical Learning

The really important thing is learning how to sceptically question and rely on empirical evidence
-says Lawrence M Krauss.

Breaking away the monotony will refresh and engage the children to experiment and captivate more likely to find themselves in the pursuits and connect with their inner genius.

Research proves that at early adolescence, children are fascinated to view the concepts as ‘functions over instance space’. At this age, children focus will be shifted to experimenting, questioning, predicting, investigating, comparing, and revising which will groom them as co-constructors of knowledge with all the skills acquired. Empirical learning allows the children to experiment and reciprocate the things which they learned, thus ‘Empowering the genius within.’

Stage III:

Pragmatic Learning

Genius is the ability to put into action what is on your mind
-says Francis Scott Fitzgerald.

Research reveals that at adolescence, children are intuitive to put their ‘learning into practice in the real world’. This comprehensive approach aims to awake the genius within the child. Pragmatic learning allows the children to experience the things learned from the experiments, which helps them to develop cogent reasoning, evidence collection, analytical thinking, and evaluate the information.