Project Based Learning or PBL is a dynamic approach to learning in which learners explore real-world problems and challenges, simultaneously developing cross-curriculum skills while working individually or in small collaborative groups.
Project-based learning (See FAQ) seldom resembles a traditional classroom. Instead of formal, subject-oriented classes, individuals and groups of students choose, plan, research, and complete academic activities and hands-on projects that result in tangible, real life products. Also, see PBL VS Lecturing.
Project Group Discussion
- Our curriculum is project based that weaves multiple intelligences through exciting & meaningful activities.
- Learning experiences takes place inside and outside the school building (in the “real world”), and includes prominent guest speakers, and cover broad academic areas of study.
- The activities require students to develop skills in time management, teamwork, communication, planning, self-assessment, problem-solving, and meaningful applications of acquired knowledge.