Learning outcomes of suggested pedagogical processes

The present post includes learning outcomes mentioned distinctly for each class in Languages (Hindi, English and Urdu), Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Science and Social Science up to the Elementary Stage. Some features of the document are given below:

To make it user-friendly, simple language has been used as far as possible across the document.

  1. The section under each curricular area comprises a brief understanding about the nature of the subject, followed by the curricular expectations, which are the long-term goals that students need to acquire over a period of time, and therefore spelt out stage wise.
  2. The learning outcomes defined class-wise are process-based which provide the check points that are measurable in a qualitative or quantitative manner to assess the progress of a child as per the expected holistic learning for overall development of a child.
  3. To help the teachers understand and achieve the learning outcomes as per the curricular expectations, some suggestive pedagogical processes are provided in the columns adjacent to that of learning outcomes.
  4. Using contextual resources and appropriate learning processes, the teachers can design and provide a variety of learning situations/opportunities as per the need of different learners in an inclusive classroom.
  5. The pedagogical processes are suggestive and do not correspond one-to-one with the learning outcomes mentioned in the adjacent column but may be looked at holistically. 
  6. The teachers may adopt/adapt and can even design many more as per the availability of resources and local context.
  7. Care has been taken that the learning outcomes defined in each curricular area are spirally linked in terms of age appropriateness and complexity within and across curricular areas and stages.
  8. The class-wise section may not be viewed in isolation but a holistic perspective will help accomplish the goal of overall development of a child.
  9. Inclusion is all about providing effective learning opportunities to all students. The learning outcomes are same for all children provided that these are balanced and brought in harmony with the individual needs of each child.
  10. The special educational needs (SEN) may emanate from a number of reasons, disability conditions could be one such reason. Accordingly, they need to be facilitated with different aids such as mobility aids (wheel chair, crutches, white cane), hearing-aids, optical or non-optical aids, educational aids like Taylor frames, the abacus, etc. and
  11. modifying the learning situations suiting to their needs, sensitising other children to help them in need, to ensure their participation in learning process, to help them progress like other children. 
  12. Following are some more points to allow Children with Special Needs accomplish the learning outcomes.

Learning outcomes: 
  1. Points to be considered for Children with Special Needs
  2. Additional time and a suitable mode for the successful completion of tests.
  3. Modification of the curriculum because it presents specific difficulties for them.
  4. Provision of adapted, modified, or alternative activities in different content areas.
  5. Accessible texts and materials to suit their ages and levels of learning.
  6. Respect for home languages and relating to his/her socio-cultural milieu (e.g.traditions and customary practices etc.)
  7. Appropriate management of classrooms (for example, management of noise, glare, etc.)
  8. Provision of additional support by using ICT, video or digitized formats.

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