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Project-Based Learning, Real-World Skills
Constructivism is a theory that sees human learning as a process in which people construct their own understanding and knowledge of the world through experiencing things and reflecting on those experiences. By asking questions, exploring, and assessing what they know, students become active creators of their own knowledge.
We use Project-Based Learning as a teaching method in which students learn by actively engaging in real-world projects that are personally meaningful to them. Working on specific projects that respond to different questions or real-life challenges, students gain deep knowledge and develop their critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication skills.
We don't simply say, "Here are the facts, now memorize them." But rather, "Here's a big question. Let's learn how to approach questions and problems to solve them on our own."
El Árbol Azomali is a community of inquisitive, passionate and thoughtful learners that focuses on teaching real-world skills through inquiry and project-based learning, encouraging students to achieve their full academic potential.
At El Árbol Azomali we are committed to staying up-to-date with the latest educational philosophies and practices, with a focus on improving learning.
We seek to promote the skills and attitudes toward life that will facilitate our students' success in their post-secondary education and their professional lives.
We encourage qualities such as integrity, grit, empathy, and curiosity in our students, motivating them to become responsible and thoughtful global citizens.
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