Where learning comes alive for students.
Project-based learning (PBL) is a teaching method that enables students to learn through active participation in real-world challenges or tasks. Children are assigned a project or are encouraged to pick one of their own choice, usually to be worked in a team, that puts them in a real-world problem and engages them in solving it. They use critical thinking, collaboration, independent research, creativity, and communication skills to find answers to the complex questions at hand. This hands-on learning experience prepares your children from the real world outside, improving their cognitive skills, emphasizing teamwork, and highlighting their individual strength.