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Singular Focus; Multiple Intelligences

In order to capture the full range of abilities and talents that people possess, Gardner theorizes that people do not have just an intellectual capacity, but have many kinds of intelligence, including musical, interpersonal, spatial-visual, and linguistic intelligences.
While a person might be particularly strong in a specific area, such as musical intelligence, they most likely possesses a range of abilities. For example, an individual might be strong in verbal, musical, and naturalistic intelligence.

  • Visual-Spatial Intelligence
  • Linguistic-Verbal Intelligence
  • Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
  • Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence
  • Musical Intelligence
  • Interpersonal Intelligence
  • Intrapersonal Intelligence
  • Naturalistic Intelligence
  • Existential Intelligence

Teaching Methodology

New teaching methodologies are changing the educational environments around the world and driving better academic performance among students. We go over some of the main innovative approaches that educators have forged over the last few years and that every 21st century teacher should be acquainted with.
Flipped Classroom
One of the modern methodologies that has gained more popularity in recent years, Flipped Classroom is a pedagogical approach in which the traditional elements of the lesson taught by the teacher are reversed – the primary educational materials are studied by the students at home and, then, worked on in the classroom.

Project-Based Learning

With the arrival of new information and communication technologies to schools, both new teaching methodologies as well as new versions of existing methodologies, now revised and updated for the digital generation, have emerged. One of the most used in class at present is Project-Based Learning (PBL).

Cooperative Learning

“Stronger together”. This concept in a simple way cooperative learning, a methodology that teachers use to group students together and, thus, impact on learning in a positive way.
The proponents of this model theorize that working in a group improves the attention, involvement and acquisition of knowledge by students.


The integration of game mechanics and dynamics in non-ludic environments, or gamification, has been practiced for a long time. Over the past few years, however, and particularly due to the evolution of

Problem-Based Learning

Problem-Based Learning (PBL) is a cyclic learning process composed of many different stages, starting with asking questions and acquiring knowledge that, in turn, leads to more questions in a growing complexity cycle.
  • The development of critical thinking and creative skills
  • The improvement of problem solving abilities
  • Increased student motivation
  • Better knowledge sharing in challenging situations

Design Thinking

Design Thinking (DT) applied stems from industrial designers and their unique method to solve problems and satisfy the needs of their clients. Applied to education, this model makes possible to identify with greater accuracy the individual problems of each student and generate in their educational experience the creation and innovation towards the satisfaction of others, which then becomes symbiotic.

Thinking-Based Learning

This is the goal of Thinking-Based Learning (TBL), developing thinking skills beyond memorization and, in doing so, developing effective thinking on part of the students.

Competency-Based Learning

Competency-Based Learning (CBL) represents a set of strategies to achieve this.
Through assessment tools such as rubrics, teachers can go through the academic curriculum without significant deviations but focusing it in a different way, putting into practice real examples and, thus, transmitting to their students a more tangible dimension of the lessons.


Professional Learning Program


Professional Development Programme We at GJPS believe that learning is an ongoing process. All our teachers undergo comprehensive training and induction programmes to enable them to learn new techniques, hands-on activities, experiments etc to implement in their classrooms. Various enriching workshops and induction programmes were held in the months of April & May. GJPS Society conducted induction programmes for our teachers so that they could gain practical hands on experience and acquaint themselves with the prevailing systems and teaching methodologies being practiced in Gyan Jyoti Public School. Our teachers also underwent training sessions conducted by GJPS team.