Learning by doing encourages active involvement with the available information medium and requires you to work harder to memorize it. However, it is a productive method as it helps children to embed knowledge in their memory. Our Grade 2 students actively identified different light sources from the given picture.
In Science, experimental learning is the process of learning by doing. By engaging students in hands-on experiences and reflection, they can better connect theories and knowledge learned in the classroom to real-life situations. Here are Grade 3 students understanding magnetic materials using magnets, and our students enthusiastically participated and enjoyed.
Learning Science by doing is an emerging self-guided learning process, and it offers authentic Science research opportunities that drive students to think and act like scientists. Here are grade 4 students performing the shadow-making activity and investigating the length of the shadow of a stick at different times of the day. Students enthusiastically participated and were excited about their performance.