logo Approach
From traditional teaching to experiential learning

VGS learning spaces provide ample scope to our facilitators to explore a range of learning modalities to create unique learning experiences

The curriculum is driven not by the educator who has a fixed agenda of “completing” a syllabus but creating a unique learning experience. The educator is a trigger to further learning. Modalities refer to how students use their senses in the learning process. We commonly consider four modalities: visual (seeing), auditory (hearing), kinesthetic (moving), and tactile (touching). The more senses or modalities we can activate, the more learning will take place

Independent Study
  • Peer Tutoring
  • Team Collaboration
  • One-on-One learning with a teacher
  • Project-based learning
  • Inclusion of Tablet and learning apps
  • Internet-based research
  • Student presentation
  • Performance-based learning
  • Seminar-style instruction
  • Inter-disciplinary learning

Our Teachers - From Educators to Coaches

Our educators are learning coaches rather teachers. The educator constructs the unique personalized learning experiences for the learner.