Priding itself on being a modern Gurukul school, Tula’s is the only CBSE school in North India which has well designed, technically sound workstations (a different workstation for each subject) to foster learning among students. All the workstations have a state-of-the-art projection system, interactive white boards with high-speed wireless Internet connectivity and a quality sound system with subject-specific learning material. Each workstation is well ventilated and has comfortable furniture designed to accommodate not more than 25 students.
The content repository consists of thousands of highly animated, lesson-specific, 2-D and 3-D multimedia modules built with an instructor-led design that allows the teacher to effectively teach the lesson in a classroom of a diverse set of learners. Educational videos from National Geographic and Discovery Channel are also available to the teachers for use at the workstations.
Tula’s International School gives its students an education for life. The lessons taught during school years give students the strength and skills to cope with all aspects of their future lives. The teachers here do not simply teach; they also act as friends and counselors, guiding students towards what’s best for them. One of the best residential schools in Dehradun, Tula’s is committed to excellence in education.
Commitment to a meaningful education is something embedded in the school’s manifesto. The school provides quality education to every child. TIS believe that education is a lifelong process and not limited to the academic curriculum. It creates ideal conditions for students so they grow to become meaningful citizens and contribute their bit for this great nation of ours.
At Tula’s the teacher functions like a group co-coordinator, initiating work, and guiding students selflessly without the added bugbear of examinations and home assignments. Students are asked to display their creative skills rather than focus on rote learning. TIS ensure that home assignments hone individual talents rather than add to their already considerable classroom burden.