Project based learning- Creating a culture of inquiry

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Project based learning allows the students to create a culture of inquiry by making them curious. They start testing theories, sharing discoveries and move towards innovative solutions. When the students are encouraged to ask know-how and know-why questions, they are indulged with intellectual thirst.

Reflecting critically on ideas, actions and outcomes will lend a way for constructive restructuring. It is a teacher's job to give them opportunities to maintain and develop analytic skills. I am always amazed at the students' capacity when we give them the opportunity. Actually, Project based learning is a win-win strategy which will meet the teachers' and the students' goals and aims.

If students are empowered through PBL, progressive change in the teaching-learning process will be evident.

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