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  • 1. INTERNATIONAL INDIAN SCHOOL, RIYADH CBSE International CBSE-i PRESENTED BY M J SIDDIQUI PRINCIPAL & HOI
  • 2. EDUCATIONPowerful instrument of changeMeaningful for meeting the challenges of present andfuture.Key to preparing for the global worldFuture workforce - willingness to learn - collaborative team work - positive attitude
  • 3. Why CBSE-i• Already present in 21 foreign countries with 141 affiliated schools SCHOOLS ABROAD 126 SCHOOLS IN 20 COUNTRIES
  • 4. Why CBSE-i• Establish India as a global leader in providing education.• Create International competition in quality education.• To provide affordable curriculum to attract many developed and developing countries worldwide to seek affiliation with Indian Education System.
  • 5. Why CBSE-i• Recent tendency on the part of the Indian schools also to opt for International curricula so that their students can gainfully compete with learners worldwide. No. of schools with IB – approx. 65 No. of schools with CIE–approx. 200• IB–International Baccalaureate• CIE– Cambridge International Education
  • 6. Governing Body - CBSE-iTo introduce the International Curriculum in threestages • Stage I – Classes I, VI and IX • Stage II – Classes II, VII and X • Stage III – Classes III to V, VIII, XITo be done on a pilot basis in selected schools outsideIndia .To attempt to start the first phase in the ensuingacademic year.
  • 7. CBSE -i The Proposal• Propose to introduce the CBSE-i in 25 selected schools abroad.• In Classes I and IX in the year 2010-2011• Follow it up with introduction in Classes II, VI, VII and X in the year 2011• Introduction in remaining classes in the year 2012
  • 8. CBSE-i – Salient Features• Curriculum Design Enquiry and skill based curriculum Catering to individual learning styles Learner and learning centric• Curriculum Transaction Focus on experiential learning Focus on analysis and discovery• Curriculum Assessment Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
  • 9. CBSE-i : Features• The CBSE International (CBSE-i) provides opportunities for extended learning, development of perspectives, research orientation, social perspective through work and action and a more liberal approach towards arts education (both visual and performing art).• It also provides an alternative approach to Mathematics learning at higher levels.• Social Sciences with valuable historical perspectives and components of the countries in which schools are situated will be added features.
  • 10. CBSE and CBSE-i CBSE CBSE-iBased on National Curriculum Framework Will retain significant components of NCF 2005 catering to the needs of the Indian and could build on the same to provide a populous. learner friendly , stress free and skill based approachCurriculum and assessment was content driven Curriculum – diverse, skills focused, flexible Assessment – skills basedTextbook Centric Teacher’s guidelines and student worksheetsTest Pattern of Examination Continuous learning and assessment (CCE in spirit)Transaction is bound by examination Transaction enquiry and skill basedHolistic domain of learners was partially addressed Holistic and Comprehensive approach to learner developmentStudents may or may not get an opportunity Every student from I-X experiences one form of depending on the vision of the school performing and one form of visual artClasses I-VIII Classes I-VIIIAll subjects available at one level only for all learners (English and Social Science Maths and Science) have an enrichment component
  • 11. CBSE and CBSE-i CBSE CBSE-iMaths Classes IX-X Maths at Class IX and Xavailable at one level only Core and Elective (Basic and Advanced)As part of reform introduced Life Skills Opportunities for Critical Thought, Research, Opinion building and Perspectives is built in to equip learners with global skillsFinancially reasonable Financially reasonableContinuous professional development Continuous professional(CPD) of teachers needed development (CPD) mandatory
  • 12. CBSE-i and other International Boards CBSE-i Other International Boards (IB, CIE)1. Will retain significant components of NCF and could build on the same to provide the learner friendly, stress free and skill based curriculum2. Curriculum – diverse, skills based, flexible √ Assessment – skills based3. Teacher’s guidelines and student worksheets √4. Continuous learning and assessment (CCE in √ spirit)5. Transaction enquiry and skill based √6. Holistic and Comprehensive approach to learner √ development7. Every student from VI-X experiences one form of √ performing and one form of visual art8. All subjects have an enrichment component √
  • 13. CBSE-i and other International Boards CBSE-i Other International Boards (IBE, CIE)9. Maths at Class IX and X √10.Opportunities for Critical Thinking, Research Projects, Perspectives and Opinion building is built in to equip learners with global skills11. Advised teacher-student ratio is 1:25 Small classes12. Financially reasonable expensive13.Continuous professional Teacher empowerment excellent development (CPD) mandatory
  • 14. Enquiry and Skills Based Approach• Enquiry and skill based curriculum• Catering to individual learning styles• Learner and learning centric• Focus on experiential learning• Focus on analysis and discovery approach• Continuous and Comprehensive Evalaution
  • 15. Benefits of Enquiry and Skills Based LearningHelps students to:• Ask questions• Learn through research• Reflect on their own thinking• Create and produce knowledge• Interpret the world around them
  • 16. Five learning areas represented as the five petals which intersect in a cross-curricular approachSEWA – Social Empowerment through Work & Action
  • 17. Languages (Classes 1-5) EnglishLanguages - 02 languages Hindi / Mother Tongue / Local Language (Classes 6 – 8) EnglishThree Languages Indian Language / Hindi /Mother Tongue/local language Foreign language
  • 18. • Aims of the language Curriculum To develop the skills of : – listening – speaking – Reading – Writing (in a variety of contexts) Adapt language to suit – different tasks – audiences – purposes
  • 19. Social StudiesClasses 1 and 2– Environmental Education (Science and Social Studies)Classes 3 to 5– History– Social and Political Structures– GeographyClasses 6 to 10– History– Social and Political Structures– Geography– EconomicsAims:to develop students who can:– understand and evaluate the social, political, economic and environmental dimensions of the world– formulate and justify arguments in response to a diverse range of issues
  • 20. Mathematics Class 1- 8 - Core Mathematics Classes 9 – 10 - Core and a Higher Elective Mathematics in class 9 leading to class10Aims: – to develop strategies that improve their reasoning ability. – to use trial and improvement techniques – to make hypotheses and resolve them – to develop Computational Skills along with reasoning, analysis, synthesis and logic – to develop skills of approximation, estimation, measurement – to be able to identify patterns – to promote logical and spatial intelligences – Mathematics Lab activities - an integral, compulsory part of the Math curriculum - examinable from classes VI to X.
  • 21. • Information and Communications Technology – to help students assess the impact of new technologies on society – to train them to use these productively – to help students understand and use common software applications – to enhance their ability to access, evaluate and research information
  • 22. Science – Classes 1 and 2 • Environmental Education (Science + Social Science) – Classes 3 to 5 • General Science – Classes 6 to 10 • Physics • Chemistry • Biology• Aims: Encourages students to – be curious – question – investigate – formulate hypotheses – design and carry out experiments – make observations – record results An extension programme –Breakthroughs- focus on current developments in Science and Technology.
  • 23. Physical Education, Performing Arts and Visual ArtsThe P.E. curriculum- Compulsory from Class I to X- will not be formally examined- graded across the year based on student participation and teacher observations- Physical Education Cards (PEC)Aims:Development of the – imagination – sensitivity – team work – to promote basic body management – mastery of coordinated and skilful movement
  • 24. The Performing ArtsAims: – to provide a means for personal expression – articulation of ideas – concepts and themes – multi-faceted development of the personality. – to confident participation in practical work – to develop social skills through creative teamwork – to enhance communication skills The Visual Arts programAims: To promote: - intellectual growth - aesthetic sensitivity - emotional growth - realize the joy of expression through various mediums. - appreciate art from different cultures as well as the rich art and craft of their own country.
  • 25. Assessment Guidelines• Continuous and comprehensive evaluation• Move from purely summative assessments to a variety of assessment tools catering to varying learner needs• A combination of formative and summative assessments• Including research projects (students work at their own pace), non examinable elements in all curriculum areas
  • 26. CBSE-i Preparedness• Curricula for classes I and IX• Worksheets for classes I and IX• Training material for trainers• Schools request already received• Material for launch (flyer, folder, etc.)
  • 27. ENGLISH • Perspectives • Critical Thinking Module • Life skills • SEWA • Research ProjectSEWA – Social Empowerment through Work & Action
  • 28. Application MATHEMATICS Skills Under- Knowledge • Perspectives standing • Critical Thinking Module • Life skills Motor Multiple • SEWA skills Intelligence • Research Project Spatial Computer Aided Mental Logical learning Math analyticalSEWA – Social Empowerment through Work & Action
  • 29. Environmental Education Concept Multiple Intelligence • Perspectives Trans – Scientific • Critical Thinking disciplinaryTemperament Module • Life skills Computer • SEWA Activity aided • Research Project learning Observation Application
  • 30. CBSE –i is ………..A response to the need to createschools which are futuristic
  • 31. CBSE –i is ………..A way to move to an enquiry based skillsapproach in which teachers and students engagein collaborative learning
  • 32. CBSE –i is ………..Involved in creating students who raise questions,think, reflect, analyse, interpret, experiment, researchand create knowledge
  • 33. CBSE –i is ………..A set of materials, print and electronic which helpteachers to innovate and create
  • 34. Proudly announcing that IISR is the first school inkingdom to be affiliated for CBSE - i
  • 35. Smart Class in CBSE - iMost learning in a student’s lifehappens in a class room. TheSmart _ Class is an innovativetechnology integration solutionthat aims to revolutionize the wayteachers teach and students learninside the class room. In the class,the students benefit from topics intheir curriculum converted intoanimations that they can relate toand visuals that help themremember and retain.
  • 36. Computer Aided Learning (CAL)Students understand difficulttopics in an interesting mannerthrough audio visual aids. Theseaudio visual aids / imagesdisplay the data and themathematical relation of thetopics for interpretation,especially for multi –dimensional cases. It effectivelybridges the gap between activelearning and passive learning.
  • 37. CBSE – i in IIS, Riyadh FEE STRUCTURE CBSE CBSE – i In SR In SREntrance Fee 100 100Admission Fee 500 1000Development Fee 300 600Caution Deposit 500 500Tuition Fee 630 (Quarterly) 1260 (Quarterly)I - V 1500 (Quarterly) VI - XLab Fee 200 (per year) 400 (per year)Examination Fee 200 (Per year) 400 (per year)Library Fee 60 (Per year) 200 (per year)Interested Parents Register by mail principalb@iisriyadh.com
  • 38. Education is notpreparing for life, it is life itself.

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