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Holistic Learning, is based on the principle of connecting to the Natural world and to the spiritual values
Holistic learning is a methodology in which we prepare students to meet the challenges that they face In their lives and in their academic careers through trials, failures and successes.

1. Pair work OR Group work

Children at times like to work alone and at other times feel frustrated when they get stuck at some place. Here, their peers can help them find a way

2. Choose Skills

We need to focus on the skills that they need in their future. Skills like cooperate, coordinate, collaborate and compromise.

3. Give Guidelines

Give them guidelines as such that they don’t lose their individuality and creativity. Give them open-ended questions instead of close ended, which arouse their critical thinking.

4. Taking on different Roles

They need to collaborate with each other. Let them decide what role they want to take up. Just like we decide on our own.

5. Creative Choices

Let them take ownership and choices

6. Presentable Presentation

Every project is different. So, present it in a new way on a blog, audio visual model, or use the new tech resources.

7. Rubric Grading – Self Assessment

Let them self-asses on the basis of rubric grading

8. Cross Circular Activities

Integrate subjects as well as let the different level students interact with each other, with students in other cities and countries also.

9. Give the Project a Purpose

When the students will know that their project is going to the help someone then they will be highly motivated.

Trainer – Miss Mahjabeen Rehan

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