SEEK - Developing a Breadth of Skills

Endorsed by Teachers

A majority of teachers from interventions across government and community schools in India and Bangladesh:

Did not require additional support to deliver the program.

Recommended Rangeet could be used to teach mainstream subjects in an active play based manner.

Suggested that Rangeet could be used at home by families.

Reported an increase in attendance on days Rangeet is taught.

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SOCIAL EMOTIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE (SEEK)©, A BREADTH OF SKILLS AND ACTIVE PLAYFUL TEACHING METHODS

Rangeet’s Social Emotional & Ecological Knowledge (SEEK) curriculum, resources and activities are based on the latest in international learning science, which states that children learn best through active, playful teaching methods like play, stories, songs, role play, games, art, experiments and more. SEEK™ develops a breadth of skills including the 6Cs (Brookings Policy 2020, K. Hirsh-Pasek et al): communication, collaboration, content, critical thinking, creative innovation and confidence and develops better learners, wellbeing, agency and global stewardship.

Empathy has guided and enabled human beings to thrive throughout history. At Rangeet we connect this common strand of empathy for Self with those around us in our Societies, and to all life on earth in our Ecological systems. Developing this connection creates a virtuous circle and will drive a change in our relationships with each other and the planet.

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TEACHING THE UNITED NATIONS
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGs)

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Rangeet's Platform is designed around the SDGs. Each of Rangeet’s activities is tagged based on the particular SDGs it assists the facilitator to teach. Accessing these activities through the curriculum or through search functionality places a powerful SDG teaching toolkit in the hands of facilitators anywhere.

The 9 modules are further divided into 80 lessons of 50-60 minutes each, comprising about 500 activities which are the unit of teaching / interaction with children. Our three content umbrellas are cross-disciplinary and can be used in multiple subjects.

BRIEF HISTORY OF EDUCATION

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Our ancestors lived as hunter-gatherers for hundreds of thousands of years.

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Instinctively, community elders encouraged play and exploration. As a result of this freedom and personalised learning, children became effective adults.

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As we evolved, from hunter-gatherers to agricultural and later to industrial societies, being easy targets, children were subjugated into forced labour.

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The arc of progress robbed the youth of their childhoods. Conforming became a virtue with no time for personal growth. To suit the new system, individualism, play and exploration were discouraged. To make matters worse conditions were inhumane.

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The need for child labour declined with automation.

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Schools were developed to promote “learning” but instead became industrial conveyor belts churning out students with no attention to personal growth.

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“We are living in schools that are solving the problems of 25 years ago: wonderful maths teaching but not if there are no elephants left to count; amazing redesign of English but not if there are no forests left to describe.”

- Sean Bellamy, Sands School, UK

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