• +91 7966324870, +91 7966324861
  • info@inshodh.org
  • Language :


Innovation Details

Home / Innovations / Activity-based learning and experiential learning to improve achievement levels in Math

Activity-based learning and experiential learning to improve achievement levels in Math

Description - To enable students to take interest in as well as understand Maths conceptually, utilise the method of activity-based and experiential learning.    1. Utilise the pedagogy of activity-based learning in teaching students. 2. Link the concept to students’ everyday experiences. a) Ask students where they have seen a triangle in real life. b) Guide students to identify the shape of the triangle in everyday objects such as a Samosa, a flag and a pastry. c) Show visuals of these everyday objects to enhance retention of the shape being taught. 3. Provide opportunities to students for experiential learning. a) Divide students in groups and allocate different shapes to each group. b) Guide students to arrange themselves in the shape allocated to them. c) Facilitate students to draw the different shapes in their notebooks.   The National Curriculum Framework stresses the importance of activity-based learning in improving student engagement as well as retention of concepts. It also stresses the importance of linking knowledge to students’ everyday experiences.   “Only if the child finds the activity or knowledge being learnt meaningful, will its inclusion in the curriculum be justified. “- NCF     

 

0  Comments

Post Comments