IDENTIFYING AND MAKING SENSE OF INFORMATION

Analyzing and interpreting data and transforming information from one form to another is a skill that nobody formally works on. It is perhaps the most important skill that is needed to handle large amounts of content that they come across as they grow older.

Hence, the Information Transfer period. This is another unique feature at Walnut School – where we are really working towards creating a more capable future workforce.

In this class they learn how to

  • convert huge chunks of information into charts, graphs, mind maps
  • convert information from one form to another
  • get the main points from a whole lot of content
  • figuring out patterns and flows and chronology etc

As students grow older big fat textbooks should not scare them and they are all set to take on those years on their own. Tuitions should ideally not be needed.

IDENTIFYING AND MAKING SENSE OF INFORMATION

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