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The Royal Academy

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Learning Phases

  • LEARNING PHASE 1

    GOMDRI

    The first Learning Phase of the academic year, Gomdri, is a period where significant time is invested in developing Roadmaps and recording the Backstories of all Learners. New students are introduced to the philosophy, the Five Areas of Development, Skills, Processes and Watermarks.

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  • LEARNING PHASE 2

    Yardak

    Yardak forms the second learning phase and the content of Learning Experiences focuses on strengthening pre-knowledge gaps identified during the first phase. The gaps are identified using Domain Roadmap progressions. Mentors communicate with parents in this Learning Phase about their children. Adults in the role of Domain experts, Domain Heads and coordinators of the Five Areas of Development meet regularly during this Learning Phase.

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  • LEARNING PHASE 3

    Shejun Phelrim

    The third to fifth Learning Phases further enhance development and growth in the Five Areas of Development, Concepts and Domain content, Skills, Processes and Watermarks. Creation of new knowledge is the focus, based on community aspirations from collective Roadmaps.

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LEARNING EXPERIENCE VIDEOS

The Royal Academy Learning Experience, which includes a series of videos, is based on the premise of cross pollination and will explain concepts from different Domains and the Five Areas of Development. The overarching purpose of these videos is to create a learning experience for the viewer while speaking to different intellectual abilities. The videos are contextualized to Bhutan so that the learners from Bhutan get an intimate understanding of various concepts through a Bhutanese lens.

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7 GIFTS

Every year the students of The Royal Academy collect Seven Gifts from the communities that they come from. The Seven Gifts are local Songs, Dances, Stories, Patterns, Games and Languages. The Seven Gifts are an integral part of the Learning Experience at The Royal Academy as they signify the importance and role of the community in the life of the child.

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