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Chrysalis Studios 

Encourage students to think logically, creatively, and critically. The books are called studios because it is in these books that students get to develop and showcase their skills. These books serve as a studio while students are artists who get a beautiful canvas to showcase their learnings and understandings. Filled with fun and colourful photos, Thinkroom books are designed carefully after extensive pedagogical research. Every activity in the studio is carefully chosen, designed and aligned with clear learning outcomes.

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How
Thinkroom

Books are Different
from Classroom
Textbooks

When it comes to ThinkRoom vs Studio, Chrysalis studios are way ahead. Regular textbooks are filled with chunks of texts with no activities. The questions in classroom textbooks are such that they promote rote learning. But  that's not the case with Chrysalis studios. The information is presented through colourful images and activities so students understand and retain what they've learned. Sub-activities and questions ensure that concepts are thoroughly understood. In Thinkroom studio, plain text is minimal and they look like colourful comics that students will be eager to pick up even when they are not in the classroorn. Simple and easy to understand, skill building studios take care of knowledge, understanding, application, and skill which are the basis of any standardised test. 

TEXT BOOK

Content Focused

Repetitive, monotonous questions 

Focus on 'what' to learn 

Focus on cognitive development 

Provides content. Teachers need to devise methodologies

Usually written by one author

May not be aligned to

learning outcomes

Mostly  'one way' communication

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Learning is presented as a journey, consisting of meaningful & engaging activities through which concepts are derived 

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STUDIO

Questions to promote varied thinking, based on the Four Facets of Thinking Framework 

Not just the what, but the 'why' by making learning relevant. And the 'how' by promoting selflearning 

Focus on not just the what, but on the Four Domains of Development - Cognitive, Social, Emotional and Metacignitive 

Engaging and relevant methodologies interwoven with the content. 

Ateam of experts from multiple domains carefully develop the content in Studios 

Every lesson is aligned to clearly defined learning outcomes based on SOLO Taxonomy 

Multiple 'spaces for expression' for students to express their own understanding of the concepts being learnt 

Video on Pedagogy

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Parents Responses

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I am a proud mom of twins. As a parent I do not want to give my children just the standard form of education which comprises mostly of voluminous textbooks and a curriculum that demands mostly mugging up of textual information. Studios from Thinkroom turned out to be exactly what I was looking for! Its conceptual learning pedagogy is helping my kids to understand concepts from the very basics through practical application. I am truly amazed with their progress! Thank you Chrysalis!

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