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There are many different teaching methodologies that can be effective in a high school setting. Some of the most common and effective approaches that we use at MHS include following
Inquiry-based learning: This approach focuses on students discovering knowledge for themselves through exploration, investigation, and problem-solving.
Problem solving mindset: From the day-1, we try to ensure that students get new challenging problems through our assignments, Daily practice problems and uniquely designed sheets to shift their focus towards solving innovative questions rather than rote learninn.
Differentiated instruction: This approach involves tailoring instruction to the specific needs, interests, and learning styles of individual students. We typically follow this through doubt classes where students can get help depending on their particular needs.
Use of both digital and offline instructions: This is to ensure that students get all the requisite support through online tests, video lectures, and more incisive assessment reports to track their progress.
Ultimately, the best teaching methodology will depend on the subject matter being taught, the goals of the lesson, the learning needs and abilities of the students, and the preferences of the teacher. More often than not, we use a combination of different approaches to meet the needs of all students and create a dynamic and engaging learning environment.