At Ashoka Institute students learn the skill of perceiving and understanding the world. Learning at Ashoka Instituteinvolves creating conceptual principles, accepting results, recalling realistic information, acquiring methods and systems, analysis, debating ideas, or developing behaviour appropriate to specific situations. Educational success for all the Ashoka Institutestudents is ensured by providing quality teaching by experienced and knowledgeable teachers who are equipped with an effective, evidence-based teaching approach, that upholds the high teaching standards through strategic professional development at all levels.
Ashoka Institute adopts Inclusive learning strategies involving several innovative teaching approaches that deal with the needs of students from diverse backgrounds, learning styles, and abilities. An inclusive learning environment is provided to Ashoka Institutestudents in which they are able to engage themselves actively, feeling safe and welcome.
Students at Ashoka, through experiential learning techniques involving constructivist and perspective learning experience, gain the life skills for study and work. Reflection is an important part of experiential learning as it ‘rolls experience into learning’. At Ashoka, students examine and analyse the real-time scenarios through conventional and ICT based teaching methods – involving role plays, observation of proficient practitioners, self-practice, mentoring etc.