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Skeletal System Project
Why Project Approach
The project approach is a dynamic learning approach where children explore in-depth topics of interest. Guided by teachers, children collaborate to investigate, research, and create projects, fostering curiosity, critical thinking, and problem-solving. This child-centered method promotes active engagement and allows children to delve into real-world scenarios, integrating various subjects. Through hands-on activities and open-ended exploration, children develop social skills, communication, and a deeper understanding of complex concepts. The project approach encourages autonomy, ignites a love for learning, and prepares young minds for lifelong learning by connecting education to their interests and experiences.
Children share their findings
Children sharing their findings with peers offers multifaceted benefits. It enhances communication skills as they articulate ideas and present information clearly. Sharing fosters active listening, encouraging children to engage critically and ask questions, promoting deeper understanding. This collaborative exchange nurtures social skills, empathy, and respect for diverse perspectives. Presenting findings builds confidence, bolstering self-esteem and public speaking abilities. It reinforces the learning process, as explaining concepts solidifies their understanding. Moreover, peer sharing cultivates a sense of community and shared knowledge, making learning more enriching and memorable. Overall, it empowers children as both learners and educators, fostering a supportive and interactive learning environment.
Children do interview with experts via Zoom each term. It exposes them to real-world knowledge and experiences beyond textbooks, making learning more relevant and engaging. By interacting with professionals in various fields, children gain insights into potential career paths, sparking inspiration and broadening their horizons. Interviewing cultivates curiosity, encouraging them to ask thoughtful questions and seek answers independently. This process hones research skills and critical thinking as they evaluate and process information from diverse sources. Additionally, it fosters effective communication skills, active listening, and empathy. Overall, interviewing experts empowers children to connect classroom learning with practical applications and fuels their enthusiasm for lifelong learning.