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Technology has redefined concepts of space and time, communications and knowledge dissemination. The world today lives and works in rapidly evolving global contexts. Both the present and the future pose many challenges. 21st century living calls for, in our children, the latitude to appreciate diversity, a balanced world view, a commitment to quality, human and environmental ethics and the ability to be lifelong learners.

In the coming times, the new disadvantaged will be those who do not have the capacity to learn, apply and adapt in the future.

Given this reality, life-oriented experiential learning that encourages the use of dialogue, exploration, reflection and discovery in learning becomes the need of the hour.

Recognizing this, Osmosys® Learning Products and Services, develops core competencies in three new wave learning segments.

  • Psycho-Pedagogy - Brain Based Teaching & Learning
  • New Generation Classrooms – that provide for Active Learning using both human and technology interface
  • Quality Consciousness - academic enhancement through scientifically aligned teaching learning systems
  • Psycho-Pedagogy - Brain Based Teaching & Learning


    The human mind is recognized as the universe beyond complete discovery. 95% of all that has ever been known about the physiological workings of the brain has been discovered only in the last 2 decades or so.
    In the book, Human Brain and Human Learning (1983), Leslie Hart suggests that teaching without an awareness of how the brain learns is like designing a glove with no sense of what a hand looks like–its shape, how it moves. Hart extends this analogy to say that if classrooms are to be places of learning, then "the organ of learning," the brain, must be understood and accommodated.
    Research in related fields such as neuroscience, behavioural science and cognitive science, have played a key role in the understanding the complex functions of our brain.

    Here are some of the key findings and developments that have significantly impacted on teaching- learning.

  • Neural Plasticity
  • Neural Plasticity

    The Brain is plastic; moldable or changeable in structure. Neural Plasticity, also known as brain plasticity, refers to changes in our mental capacities due to changes in behaviour, environment and neural processes.

  • Systems Principles of Natural Learning
  • Systems Principles of Natural Learning

    Learning is biological as well as psychological. Everyone learns; some inside the formal learning system, some outside of it. As long as the brain is not prohibited from fulfilling its normal and natural processes, learning will occur.

  • Brain Based Learning Preferences
  • Brain Based Learning Preferences

    How I learn is as important as What I learn This learning theory is based on the structure and function of the brain. Each person has unique brain pathways and preferences to take in and process sensory information.

  • Whole Brain Thinking
  • Whole Brain Thinking

    A new understanding of Left Brain & Right Brained Children The human brain has well marked areas of functional abilities, with a tendency towards, or preference for some areas over the others.

  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Multiple Intelligences

    Intelligence Redefined
    What makes a person intelligent and successful? 14 years of formal schooling, classroom tutoring, textbooks and exams? History is replete with biographies of personalities who achieved greatness without making it through school. Named Time magazine's "Man of the Century," Albert Einstein was not an "Einstein" in school!

    These new ideas have made a significant impact on how educators approach the learning process and has led to the development of brain based teaching methodologies.

  • Differentiated Teaching
  • Differentiated Teaching

    Brain compatible teaching & evaluation

    Differentiated Teaching recognizes that every child who comes into the classroom has special skills and talents and distinct learning pathways. It is all about smarter, more purposeful teaching. No child should be left behind because the teaching style of the teacher does not match the learning style of the student!

    The New Generation Classrooms

    The New Generation Classrooms

    “A New Century & New Ways of Learning” New Generation Classrooms are becoming increasingly directed by psycho-pedagogy and technology driven dissemination of information.

  • Active Learning -
  • Current research on how the brain learns has drawn increasing attention to the use of dialogue, exploration, reflection and discovery in the learning process.

  • Digital Learning -
  • Today's technology can provide opportunities for teaching and learning that were impossible in the past.

    Quality Consciousness

    Academic Enhancement through Quality Management Systems

    Academic Enhancement through Quality Management Systems

    Quality is never an accident. With growing consumerism, Quality has become an obsession and differentiator. It has also become the hallmark of a “Good School”. A scientifically aligned Teaching – Learning and Resource Management System that promises greater efficiency in teaching and better learning, is now seen as the key to optimization of resources and time, and to enhanced student performance.


    To sum it all up, it’s amply evident that the winds of change are indeed sweeping the education scene. As much scientific research as what took place in the Age of Industry, is now taking place in the Age of Information and Knowledge, bringing to light new ‘technologies’ in schooling. Education, in the coming decades, will have to acquire new meaning and contexts to our children if they are to become creative, self-directed, enterprising citizens and leaders of their times.