Vriksha the Montessori House of Children is a unit of Vriksha Homeskool.
Dr Maria Montessori says that “One test of the correctness of educational procedure is the happiness of the child”.
Vriksha stands testament to the words of Dr Maria Montessori. Every child here is an epitome of happiness. Their quest for learning and fervor for information are insatiable.
The upbringing of a child is a process that requires utmost care, love and concern throughout, so that the child stays happy and contented at all stages of his life. It is this that decides how the life and future of a life shapes up.It is very essential to ensure that a child remains happy while she grows up, so that it would result in the child being a better individual with strong moral and emotional values as an adult.
Vriksha was born in the year 2001, out of love for children coupled with the desire to work with them.
Correspondent – Vriksha Montessori House of Children and Vriksha Homeskool.
Trustee – Vriddhi Child Development Foundation, Charitable Trust, Sai Baba Colony
Mrs Mythili holds a Diploma in The Teaching Methodologies of Dr Maria Montessori.
She is a Remedial teacher, trained in using the teaching methodologies of Khansas University for tutoring children with Learning Disabilities.
Mrs Mythili is a Licensed user of Dr Reuven Feuerstein’s Instrumental Enrichment programme.
Also a certified licensee for using the Learning Propensity Assessment Device of Dr Reuven Feuerstein.
Services offered by Mrs Mythili are
- Remedial intervention for children with SLD, ADD, ADHD and Dyslexia
- Counselling services for parents and children
- Training programme for teachers and parents
- Assessment for children
A passionate teacher who loves working with children. She has been associated with children for the past 25 years and has been working for their causes. Mrs Mythili possesses a strong track record in improving the learning potential of the child. Excellent knowledge of curriculum development. She is adept at designing an appropriate curriculum that meets the personalised needs of students.
She is a keen learner and keeps abreast with developments in teaching resources and methods and making relevant changes to instructional plans and activities.