Interdisciplinary Learning

An interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary approach to teaching-learning is deeply embedded across curriculum and subjects as envisaged by NEP 2020.

A rigorous holistic curriculum that incorporates multiple disciplines and makes pivotal connections between disciplines is offered to the learners. This provides a suitable ground for a child’s overall development.

Learners are encouraged to develop investigative skills and higher-order thinking skills through problem-solving, critical thinking, research, collaboration and presenting opinions. These are transferable skills that will last them a lifetime. These skills are taught through a wide range of topics that strengthen the links across the other subjects and provide an interdisciplinary approach to learning.

Project Based Learning

Project-based learning (PBL) is a powerful vehicle used at DLF through which interdisciplinary learning is delivered in an authentic and engaging way. It is an inherent part of our curriculum and is also a crucial component of the teaching-learning process that orients our learners with problem solving skills. Learners work in collaboration to actively explore solutions to real-world problems and challenges, thereby acquiring a deeper knowledge.

Decision-making, collaboration, critical thinking, logical reasoning, problem-solving, assimilating information, communication and creative skills using Artificial Intelligence are the multi-fold benefits achieved in the process.

This makes our curriculum holistic in every way- it is inquiry based, discussion based and analysis based-an essential feature of NEP 2020.

Delfite share their Experience on Project Based Learning
Ipsa bandyopadhyay, Grade XI
Pranjali Gupta, Grade IX

Art Integration

At DLF, we use the power of art to engage our learners in Experiential Learning. Our Art-integrated curriculum is aligned with different subjects in a logical, learner-centric and meaningful ways. Abstract concepts of various subjects are explored through Visual and Performing Arts.

Embedding art into the curriculum not only creates joyful classrooms, but also imbibes the Indian ethos through integration of Indian art and culture in the teaching and learning process at every level.

This art-integrated approach strengthens the linkage between education and culture. It enables the education of the head (cognitive), the heart (affective) and the hands (practical). In this way, cognitive, affective, experiential and active learning interests are fully expressed thereby leading to a wholesome learning experience for the learners.

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