In the classroom of today, learners are no longer passive recipient nor are the teachers, the all knowing givers of information, knowledge and wisdom. in-fact, the situation is quite the contrary with the ever spreading world of information at the click of mouse. There is no denying the fact that children differ from adults not only in the quantity of knowledge they possess but also in the quality of knowledge. It means that children think different from adults. So when the learning involves active construction of knowledge by children, then the classroom environment must call for more synergies rather than mere individual participant. the teacher needs to develop the ability to work with children creatively to generate new ideas, new theories, new products and new knowledge. the school has made certain innovative changes as part of new curriculum dynamics and newer contents at various levels.
Mrs. Gayatri Kaushal