Experiential Learning

We try to help students learn through the experiential learning process. Experiential learning or learning by doing is the process of making meaning from direct experience. An example is going to the zoo and learning through observation and interaction with the zoo environment, as opposed to reading about animals in a book. Thus, the student makes discoveries and experiments with knowledge first-hand, instead of hearing or reading about the experiences of others.

Activities at NLC are mapped to the school curriculum to bridge the gap between learning and understanding. This is an integrated learning programme, where children perform various activities based on what they have learned in their classrooms.

Thus, the students are provided with opportunities to research, experiment and learn at their own pace; something they rarely find even at the best schools. The Mi Class environment thereby provides them opportunities to apply the concepts learned, analyse facts, and even, at times, create knowledge. They may, through discussions and debates, arrive at new theories to explain some known phenomena, or come up with ideas for breakthrough inventions, or build an innovative machine in their project work.

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