Performance and project-based learning
Activity-based learning is often project-based or performance-based giving purpose to the work of the students. By involving children in projects, they are practising their organizational, collaborative and time management skills. That’s why our activities support making connections, constructing knowledge by building on prior knowledge and involving students in meaningful tasks that relate to real-life importance. Practical skills mean skills performed by hand (as in tying a knot) or with human intervention using equipment, tools or technology requiring guidance, force or movement. Developing practical skills, that we often do in the classroom is because children need to be prepared for an ever-changing future. In today’s world, things are changing at a very fast pace. Because of that student should improve their practical skills to adapt to new situations, work collaboratively, think out of the box, use failures as learning milestones are important skills the learners should have to succeed in the future.