Twenty-five principals and teachers from across India visited the Johns Hopkins School of Education, United states, recently for a presentation on the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model® (BTT) developed by interim dean Mariale Hardiman. Intellitots has been one of the pioneers in implementing Brain Targeted Teaching in the early years.
Harish Chaudhary, a professor in the Department of Management Studies at the India Institute of Technology Delhi said, “Our educators are interested in learning about new approaches and best practices of Brain Targeted Teaching that they can take back to their own classroom and schools. In a follow-up exchange, Pooja Goyal, co-founder and director of Intellitots Learning in Gurgaon, India, the only preschool who is implementing Brain Targeted Teaching said: “Brain-Targeted Teaching provides a powerful framework for early childhood educators to understand the research in neuroscience and apply it in their interactions with children in order to improve learning outcomes. Intellitots has been using BTT successfully to inform teacher training, curriculum development and pedagogical practice in the early years with amazing results.”