Karadi Path accelerates the acquisition of language skills. This is an effective, interactive technology-based module that develops creative and critical thinking skills. It also builds confidence in children to frame sentences without any formal introduction to grammar, helps facilitate development of vocabulary, and lays a strong foundation for speech development and writing skills.
Karadi Path is a unique solution for young minds coming from different regional backgrounds to tackle English comprehension. It enhances linguistic skills and delivers language proficiency without teaching vocabulary, meaning or grammar. It helps in solving one of the biggest dilemmas of a child in a very natural and fun way.
This is such an exciting way to teach! I feel the students involved in the Karadi Path programme get the opportunity to become active and independent learners. They get a taste of learning through their own actions, not from the material spooned out through limited textbooks. It is amazing to watch this learning process in action! Sparks of pure joy and happiness fly in the classroom!
The children are very fascinated by the songs, by the stories and those 40 minutes with the children spent in Karadi is sheer bliss in class. I think after taking Karadi Path, we are on the right path!
The Karadi Path programme has been doing very well at our school. The students enjoy it a lot. They particularly like the music and action modules. Another advantage of the Karadi Path programme is that it is very systematically organised.
This academic year, we started Karadi Path classes for LKG and UKG. The children are enjoying the programme, especially the learning through songs. Our teachers are also trained by the Karadi Path trainers. Thanks to Karadi Path for teaching English to our children and helping improve their communication skills at the foundation level!
Teaching English is always a challenging job for government school teachers. The quality of teachers, quality of pedagogy and the materials used for English teaching and learning are important. In this regard, the MoU (for Joyful Reading Project) that we had entered into with Karadi Path is phenomenal and the results are overwhelming
The Karadi Path programme started in 2013 in collaboration with the Directorate of Education in 6 talukas of Goa. We have children coming from different backgrounds in our schools. After the introduction of Karadi Path, children have learnt a lot of words in English, they know to read text, and they know to read the feedback chart that is given to them. Students enjoy the lyrics of the songs, they love humming the tunes, and in some cases, teachers have said that they themselves have improved their vocabulary.
Without verbal explanation, Karadi Path uses acting and miming. So, the students are easily able to identify and remember words. The teachers themselves enjoy the process of learning and this enthusiasm is transferred to the students. You need English in all walks of life so the Karadi Path programme equips one to face the world better.
Our school is a Marathi medium school. I have the habit of speaking in my mother tongue, i.e. Marathi, in class. Because of the Karadi Path classes, I now talk to the students in English. I have also improved my vocabulary and pronunciation. After taking Karadi Path classes, the students are able to understand words which were completely unknown to them before.
The school initiated new-age academic reforms such as e-learning classrooms, interactive learning for students and English-speaking and writing through the Karadi Path programme. This has positively impacted the students' understanding of concepts and simplified the learning process of English, Maths and Science subjects.
The Karadi Path programme is absolutely good! The children have become smarter, they speak English, their pronunciation has improved, and they are very active.
Project Karadi Path run by Maharashtra Tribal Development Department is a good initiative for the upliftment of tribal students. It has made teachers and students think and act more.
Government school students did not have the confidence to come forward and do any activity in English. After the implementation of Karadi Path, they have overcome this fear and have also improved their English skills. I also enjoyed the Karadi Path training and classroom sessions.