The Millennium Learning System (MLS) is an age appropriate learning system that caters to the psychological, emotional and cognitive needs of the learner.
It has different levels based on developmental milestones and age appropriate pedagogy.
|Little Millennium||Play way||Theme based with more than 3000 activities|
|MLS I (Classes I to V)||Project based||Participation in more than 800 projects through the year|
|MLS II (Classes VI,VII)||Apprentice based||Introduction to over 750 vocations and fields|
|MLS III(Classes VIII to X)||Mind mapping||Learning with graphic organisers to develop skills|
|MLS IV||Brain based||Real applications of concepts using strategies|
How is MLS implemented?
The curriculum in the Millennium Schools is powered by the Millennium Learning System. Every tangible for MLS has been developed at the Research and Development Division of Educomp, with a focused outcome in mind. This outcome is clearly understood through our vision for every child who enters the system. Age appropriate, psychologically mapped and pedagogically apt tangibles are used at every level of the Millennium Learning System. Some of these are the books, the assessment system and the lesson plans.
The personalized dictionary, concept books, project books, follow up journals, apprentice manuals, explorer’s quest and portfolios are all designed to help in the process of building relevant skills. Learners’ creativity, data handling skills and presentation skills are automatically built along with social and emotional skills as they learn through collaboration and peer interaction.
Class rooms that resound with the joy of learning
Suitable support and training ensures that the facilitators are empowered to create a motivating atmosphere. The classrooms become vibrant with the process of teaching-learning. The overall effect is not just a passive transfer of information, but lively, interactive and enjoyable sessions where the learners develop confidence and build skills as they understand and apply the knowledge by connecting it to their daily life.
Assessments are a very important part of the curriculum of the Millennium Learning system. It aids to bring up the skill levels of each learner. A system of regular Formative Assessments and Summative Assessments help achieve this.