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 Mr. Rodney Briggs, President,Maple Bear Global Schools Ltd.

 Ms. Shalini   
 Director-  Academics
 Maple Bear

Ms. Shalini Jaiswal graduated from Mumbai University. She is the winner of The Foundation Principal Galby Gold Medal (1989) of the University Of Bombay and Lotus Foundation Prize (1989) of the University Of Bombay. After her post-graduation in Textile Chemistry she did her bachelors in education from CCS University, Meerut.
She began her career by teaching in Delhi Public School. From a teacher she went on to hold various positions in school. From being the Primary teacher section in charge in Chinmaya Vidyalaya she moved on to be in the core team for developing and implementing experiential learning modules in the classes. 
A person who wanted to bring world class education to India she went on to start the first Maple Bear Preschool in India. Simultaneously she went on to start her abacus and brain gym center. She was also a Master Trainer for the abacus program of SIP Academy India Pvt. Ltd., Chennai.
She was also a consultant for Xseed education and Inspire education from 2008 to 2010 where she developed various programs for varied age groups. She was also involved in training the teachers for Xseed and Maple Bear India.
From being a consultant she moved on to join Maple Bear India office full time as an Academic Coordinator and then as Director Academics in 2010.
Maple Bear India Trainers and Academic Support:
Ms. Rimjhim Bhanj
Ms. Rekha Srivastava
Ms. Parinita Batra


Curriculum and Methodology Description
Learning through experience and exploration
When children enter school, they regard learning as a pleasurable experience and so are naturally inclined and eager to learn. It is important that the program reinforce and build on this positive attitude by offering varied stimulating and enjoyable experiences.
The knowledge and skills that children acquire by the end of kindergarten and elementary school, along with positive attitudes towards learning developed in these early years, form the basis of effective learning in their later years of school and post-secondary education.
Teachers ensure that learning expectations are met
Competence in language, reading, mathematics, science and technology is developed systematically. Teachers integrate subject knowledge into a variety of active techniques suitable to the developmental stages of the children. Maple Bear schools have high learning expectations of children within a healthy, stimulating and supportive learning environment.
Children learn through direct sensory experience
Children are naturally curious about their world and are eager to learn about it. They need to manipulate, explore, and experiment with real objects. Play is the serious work of children.
Through it, they clarify information, integrate ideas from their previous experiences, and explore and experiment with their environment. Play also gives them the opportunity to add knowledge, learn new skills and practice familiar ones. They learn to deal with their feelings, interact with children and adults and resolve conflicts.
Finally, children develop their imaginations and creativity and learn to solve problems.


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