For A Better Tomorrow

Thanima Mathen

 “Teaching is only demonstrating that is possible. Learning is making it possible for yourself “ - Paulo Coelho.

When it comes to preparing the youth for the future, education is a primary concern. Traditional learning is challenged by the increasing complexities of modern life. An emerging form of learning is the Project-Based Learning (PBL) it encourages a child to push themselves to explore, learn, and reach for the stars.

Learning is more than just knowledge being imparted, it is also the skills and method of application of the knowledge.PBL gives opportunities for students to develop their skills and knowledge through engaging projects instead of limiting the scope of knowledge. The PBL helps students hone various important skills: critical thinking, communication, collaboration, problem-solving, and creativity, etc.

 

Recently, many schools have taken on this style of learning and focusing on the practical application of what is learnt in the syllabus.

Project-Based Learning mirrors real-life situations and sets students up for a bright future. While sailing the partially-uncharted waters of PBL ,don’t be afraid to dive in. PBL is the future of education and proves to result in nothing but success. Richard Branson once said, “You don’t learn to walk by following rules ,you learn by doing and falling over “

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