Experiential Learning (Joyful Learning of Mathematics)

Experiential Learning (Joyful Learning of Mathematics):

  • Experiential learning activities will be students-centered/ focused, the learning outcomes of experiential learning are flexible and open.
  • In experiential learning, the aim is to develop knowledge and skills.
  • Before asking children to solve a particular question ask them the right questions which make them think. The questions should be relevant and it should make sense to them.
  • Visualizing problems will help children in understanding faster way. For example.

“Good teaching is more a giving of the right questions than a giving of right answers”

How to make math class more interesting:

  • Make it meaningful(asking right questions)
  • Start with interesting real-life problems.
  • Use concrete relatable examples(relevant examples that help them to image the real-life incident).
  • Encourage creativity and ownership.