Teaching in Aditi is reflective and informed by best practices. Learning, then, follows almost naturally. The emphasis that teachers make is on enquiry, understanding and appreciation. Students are given opportunities to question, experiment and make sense of what they have learned. Collaborative learning is used often, when students share what they have learned with each other. The thoughtful use of technology scaffolds many classes ranging from German and French to Geometry and Shakespeare.
Dance, music, drama, art and experiential learning are not regarded as “extra” curricular at all but an essential part of learning. For example, functions in mathematics may be explained with musical patterns while symmetry could be taught with art projects.