Fostering a Culture of Inquisitiveness

Curiosity is natural to human instinct, and the quest for the truth has always fueled the progress of civilizations. We believe in exploring rather than merely following the previous innovations. With our technology-driven learning classes, we at Unison Kinderworld, positioned among the best prep school in Pinjore, always promote the sense of prying into things far deeper. When students are provided consistent opportunities to develop and discuss complex questions, they are empowered with knowledge, curiosity, and intellectual courage. We can make our classrooms places that encourage students to keep asking questions, which are the foundation of learning.

Creating a Climate for Questioning

Modeling questioning strategies that get all students involved allows students to develop confidence in their ability to construct meaningful questions and share their responses. We have also established classroom procedures for respectful dialogue so that students feel safe in sharing their thinking with their peers.

Daily Questioning

Providing daily opportunities for questioning builds confidence in students’ ability to construct their questions. During question breaks in our literature and history units, for example, students can write down questions they have, and can do so during verbal or digital discussions with peers.

Questions are a source of constant knowledge

Questioning is the key to new perceptions that are translated into revolutionary inventions that then help to lead the way to future.

With our motto set to deliver holistic knowledge leading to best quality education, we have entailed interactive sessions along with co-scholastic activities to bring out the curious soul hidden within every child. Leaving the conventional way of thinking behind, a young mind can take a plunge into the pool of knowledge and become innovative only if it is exposed to unconditional wisdom and freedom to ask.

Through consistent practice and opportunities to contribute meaningful questions in the classroom, all students begin to naturally and independently generate questions about what they read, hear, and encounter. As students learn to generate questions, they also discover that they have the power to inspire progress in their world.

We, at Unison Kinderworld, being amongst the best preparatory schools in Pinjore, firmly believe that breaking through the convention is critically important to make a permanent impression and it can only be achieved by allowing the mind to breathe beyond the usual. We encourage our students to keep up their inquisitive spirit and always help them overcome all the confinements of the mind to become a free soul.