Pedagogy at The Gaudium primarily represents our belief that learning and teaching focuses on individual student’s learning needs and learning styles. It enables the student to learn more effectively and develop high-order thinking skills through learning competencies, learning path and learning choices which are interconnected and provide joyous learning experiences.
Learning Competencies: Competencies define the applied skills and knowledge that enable students to successfully engage in the learning process and take meaningful action. At The Gaudium students use and develop competencies through a range of challenging tasks which leads them to collaborate, apply and innovate. These competencies help students draw and build upon what they know, how they think and what they can do. At The Gaudium learning competencies are acquired by imbibing and applying skills through innovative programmes which in turn leads to community action.
Learning Path: he learning path is for learners to progress through the curriculum and excel in a particular stream or program in their journey across the school. At The Gaudium the learning transition from transdisciplinary in primary to Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary in middle and high school is facilitated by following Inquiry and constructivism as a whole school approach to learning and teaching.
Learning Choices: At The Gaudium we acknowledge, appreciate and support the personalised, remedial, enrichment as well as differentiated learning and teaching on physical, virtual or blended platforms. The members of the Inclusion and Learning Diversity Department work closely with the teachers in providing conducive environment which fosters equal learning opportunities for all students.