High Quality Teaching & Supportive Learning Environment

The Pedagogy at SBMT is learner-centric aimed at development of technical, interpersonal, and conceptual management skills along with helping the students in gaining empirical insights, that will help them increase and expand their leadership potential.

High quality teaching and learning is central to raising standards in schools and to addressing underachievement. Literacy and numeracy are at the heart of the curriculum.

A Supportive Learning Environment is less about the physical classroom and resources (though these are important) than it is about values and relationships. In a genuinely Supportive Learning Environment, every student feels valued, included, and empowered.

We believe in adopting innovative practices in teaching with a strong practical orientation and adoption of new technology. The teaching methodology is supplemented by live projects, seminars, workshops, symposia, Guest Lectures by eminent academicians and Industry leaders

Committed and enthusiastic teachers use a broad range of teaching strategies, which they adapt to meet the needs of their pupils, and relevant assessment to inform teaching and learning and the early identification of underachievement. Teachers, as committed professionals, continually reflect on their own practice and to share best practice, with a view to improving their practice and the outcomes achieved by their pupils.

These key factors need to be supported by a culture of high expectations, engagement with parents and the community and the effective use of data to promote improvement. Browse the programmes to find content related to your phase and experience. Alternatively have a look at how learning progresses in each phase.

It is important to foster a learning environment in which students feel safe, relaxed, and willing to take risks, especially for learners who may have had negative experiences in traditional classroom environments. Students often describe supportive learning environments as expanding their sense of family and enhancing their self-esteem, which, when combined with increased literacy skills, help students take more chances in pursuing their goals.