An innovation-friendly learning environment motivates students to work in collaboration, think from different perspectives, be open-minded to respect ideas and engage in active learning. At The Gaudium, our students get multiple opportunities as they inquire to gain conceptual understanding, to think critically and creatively to create and innovate. In connection with the current unit of inquiry, our Grade PP1 students, came up with innovative ideas for play-equipment that they would design for their peers. They worked on the prototype of the play-equipment and shared how it will be useful and safe to play with. Students demonstrated their thinking, communication, and social skills as they planned the prototype, made a choice of material for the play equipment to ensure it is safe to play with, worked in peer groups collaborating and communicated their ideas effectively.


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