There are many ways to teach and learn in a classroom, but one that is gaining popularity is project-based learning (PBL). This method has been proven to help students excel academically.
Here’s what you need to know about PBL and why we incorporate it at Montessori Reggio Academy, a state-of-the-art private school in Sugar Land, Texas:
- Starts with a task or challenge
In this educational approach, the teacher guides students through researching and gathering relevant information, analyzing it, and creating a final product.
- Teaches students to be creative problem solvers
Working on a project helps students think outside the box and consider multiple solutions for a problem.
- Gives students a chance to take control of their education
Here at Camp Montessori, we create a monthly theme where students engage in many practical activities, such as experimentation, cooking, art, and more. This aids in our children’s ongoing study of teamwork and independent project-working techniques. These exercises are an excellent method to observe your child’s development and learn about their worldview.
In an age where it is more important than ever for students to be able to adapt and innovate, we believe that PBL is the best way to foster the creativity, problem-solving skills, and teamwork necessary for lifelong learning. Enroll your child at our elementary campus in Texas today.