Our Mission and Vision

Cilre was founded with a vision to make education available, exciting and relevant. We believe that

Passion is key to excellence and joy. It is important to cultivate such passion at an early age. Identifying passion Visioncan happen only through exploration and experimentation

Cilre provides a non judgmental experimenting platform for a wide range of fields which helps children to discover and nurture their interests.

We aim to make this by offering learning experiences that are

  • Learner Centric
  • Exploratory
  • Active

What is Experiential Learning?

Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience. Experiential learning focuses on the learning process for the individual. One example of experiential learning is going to the zoo and learning through observation and interaction with the zoo environment, as opposed to reading about animals from a book.

Why Experiential Learning?

Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning uses real life scenarios that depict several challenges, which a learner will eventually face. It is only natural that mistakes happen during the course of learning. Using simulations is like taking kids to a playground, and getting them to have fun, try new things and learn, in a safe controlled environment.

It bridges the Gap Between Theory and Practice. The learner gets a first hand experience of practicing what has been taught.  This plays a crucial role in retaining concepts and ideas.

The high focus on collaboration and learning from each other benefits the participant as it increases engagement. On the other hand, since the participant is immediately involved in the problem solving activity or event, the level of ownership of the outcome is high – More here

Student Centric Learning

Student-centered learning encompasses methods of teaching that shift the focus of instruction from the teacher to the student.

There is growing evidence that courses with learner-centered approaches—those approaches that use active learning strategies to engage students directly in learning processes—enhance academic achievement. They promote the development of important learning skills, such as critical thinking, problem solving, and the ability to cooperatively work with others.

  • The functions of the content in learner-centered teaching include building a strong knowledge foundation and to develop learning skills and learner self-awareness.
  • The roles of the instructor should focus on student learning. The roles are facilitative rather than didactic.
  • The responsibility for learning shifts from the instructor to the students. The instructor creates learning environments that motivate students to accept responsibility for learning.

Benefits of Exploratory Learning

Vision - Exploratory LearningAllowing students one hour of classroom time every school day to explore their interests complements the curriculum and creates lifelong learners”  – Journal on Educational Leadership

  “Play helps children learn through cooperation and experience of trial and error” Journal of medical science and clinical research

“Kids pay more attention to academic tasks when they are given frequent, brief opportunities for free play”   – benefits-of-play.html

Play is the highest form of research”  Albert Einstein

Cilre provides a exploratory and unstructured learning platform that balances the school curriculum

Our vision is to see that everyone enjoys learning. Our vision is to create exciting learning experiences for everyone.