AT AES, inspired by our motto: Engage,Empower and Enlighten we firmly believe in meeting each child in full way to nurture the academic potential and unfold the hidden talents and skills through our multi dimensional learning programme. Our learners have access to a variety of platforms designed with 21st century skills and emerging trends in other areas of education in mind.
we’re proud to have some of the best teachers on board, providing expert guidance. We have six different ways of learning at AES to make sure our students have a well-rounded experience and explore various learning styles
INQUIRY BASED LEARNING
Inquiry-based learning is about making learning feel like real life and easy to relate to. Instead of just sharing facts and information, we focus on getting students to think and ask questions. We do this through projects and problem-solving activities where students work together. We also encourage them to think about their thinking (metacognition), reflect on what they’ve learned, and solve problems together.
DATA DRIVEN INSTRUCTION
Data Driven Instruction and Inquiry (DDI) is a methodical and precise approach to enhancing student learning Throughout the school year. The inquiry cycle of data-driven instruction consists of assessment, analysis, and action, and is a crucial framework for school-wide support of the success of all students.
where students become teachers is an instructional strategy and form of blended learning that inverts the traditional learning environment by delivering instructional content, frequently online, outside of the classroom. It moves activities into the classroom, including those that have traditionally been designated homework.
The Consortium of International Schools offers Saddle River high school students the Bridge Programme to improve language, research, and study abilities and adapt to a new culture and the American education system. This programme guarantees pupils entrance to partner colleges and universities.
SKILL & COMPETENCY BASED FRAMEWORK
Our framework scaffolds the broad-based curriculum at the local and international level in order to demonstrate skills and competencies that can be fostered to make learning outcomes attainable and scalable. In addition, the framework will encourage a balanced conceptual and topical approach for rigour and depth of comprehension.
Formative assessments are utilised by us to observe, document, and analyse data in the form of work samples, anecdotal records, and grades. A more well-rounded assessment is initiated by various data dimensions for self- and peer-assessment at various segments of knowledge, skills, and attitudes for a more developmental approach that leads to academic achievement and improvement at all levels.