After that, the children discuss the important concepts with the teacher and the teacher asks the children some pointed and thought provoking questions. This ensures that the children have picked up the important points of the lesson. Then they are given practice material in the form of worksheets. Children solve these sheets and understanding of that topic is reinforced.
After this activity, there are revision periods for that topic and then a small test is conducted – either on paper or in the lab. Regular tests in school call for regular studying on the student’s part – which is a habit that is extremely useful in later life. Because of so much planning, each and every topic can be completed comfortably. It can be taught well and patiently. There is never any last minute rush to finish the portion. The children do not feel pressurized before an exam. They do not develop a ‘learning phobia’. In fact, learning becomes a pleasure, and the students are always eager and willing to learn more. This is exactly the result that we were looking for when we developed this whole new revolution in education!