“It is not what you study but how you study that makes the difference.”
Edward de Bono has likened the relationship of intelligence and study skills to a driver and a car with study skills a driver and intelligence the car. Just as a good driver can get the best out of an average car while a bad driver can spoil even the best; so poor study skills can impair academic achievement of an intelligent student.
While our teachers are dedicated and hardworking doing an excellent job of transacting the syllabus; we fail to train our students in the art of learning. Our students know what to study, but the question, “How to study” goes unanswered.
To facilitate the development of correct Study Skills, so as to create enabled learners, we have developed a comprehensive module.
Groups of students as well as for teachers will benefit from this programme.
The module covers the following:
Minimum number of participants: 25
Number of days: 5
Session Time: 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
This can be done for both students and teachers.