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Conceptual understanding

Conceptual learning is a process by which students learn how to organize information in logical mental structures, focus on learning organizing principles – the cubby holes in which the mind organizes facts into ideas, challenging students to think at more advanced levels.

Character Development

Tying into developing emotional intelligence and the whole child approach to education, character development is a necessity in today’s schools, both implicitly and explicitly. Teaching resolution of conflict and communication skills, modeling the growth mindset and grit, teaching acceptance and empathy, we have a responsibility to our students to develop not just their minds, but their character as well.

Collaborative Learning

Many new learning practices use collaboration, as science recognizes that we come up with our best ideas in groups. Furthermore, it represents real life, where students will eventually have to learn to work with others and their ideas.

Creative Thinking

As the backbone behind many learning movements, including STEAM and design thinking, creative thinking brings together problem solving, divergent thinking, and convergent thinking. There are now degree programs popping up for creative thinking, as it has become a clearly recognized asset.

Growth Mindset

The growth mindset is borne of strong self-efficacy, which is a belief in one’s ability to grow, learn, and succeed. It deeply intertwines with grit, a mix of passion and perseverance.

Intrinsic Motivation

As teachers, we can cultivate intrinsic motivation in our students. As opposed to extrinsic motivation (such as grades), intrinsic motivation happens when we are rewarded internally for our actions. Teachers should ask students “why” they want to learn a subject and guide them to discover that.


Art and design are making their way back into the curriculum, transforming STEM to STEAM: science, technology, engineering, art and design, and mathematics. The A in STEAM provides the outlet for the STEM to come to life.


  • We keep only 15 students in 1 class while others keep 80 to 120 students per class.
  • At Spectrum all faculty know the name of each and every student in the class.
  • We teach as per the pace of learning of students
  • Our students get enough time to interact with faculty for doubt clarification.
  • Our syllabus is completed comfortably and that is followed by 3 months revision

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