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                  Jano India conducts summer camps all over the Bay Area. We have been conducting weekly Jano Hindi Classes in Silicon Valley since 2006 and have taught over 4000 students in over 50 public and private schools. The camps are designed especially for students growing up in the United States. It is based on the lines of self-directed learning involving games, puzzles, activities and lots more. Children of varying Hindi capabilities can grasp and learn in an interactive environment that is creative and interesting.


We have trained and experienced US Hindi Foundation teachers who teach the Jano Hindi classes as well, which had enabled us to employ the USHF style of making sure that kids have fun while learning. Our teachers also go through the special training designed for camps. Children are taught in the same manner as they are in their regular school curriculum with special emphasis on keeping them interested and motivated and our classes offer a variety of learning opportunities designed to keep the children engaged and active. Our teachers also make sure that each child is encouraged to proceed at his/her own pace. USHF believes that Hindi learning can be fun for all children. Children learn quickly if given the right tools, right guidance and the right environment suitable for the subject. USHF is committed to providing the highest standard of teaching aides, student materials and learning tools in their reasonably priced camps so that all who wish to enroll can do so. We are constantly improving and adding strategies and tools to make Hindi learning easier and more fun.


USHF also conducts classes for adults where they are taught commonly and frequently used Hindi constructs, vocabulary and grammar, which is intended to give confidence in simple spoken Hindi.

 

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