Active Learning

"Learning is not the product of teaching. Learning is the product of the activity of learners." (John Holt)

Studies show that when students' senses are stimulated during learning, practice and experience (as opposed to being passive listeners), their ability to process the learned content increases. They remember the material for longer, reach higher achievements and their level of motivation increases accordingly.

Active learning is more effective than all traditional teaching methods!

This principle is our guiding line! We strive to create diverse learning environments that engage the students and motivate them to create unique projects, think independently, express their opinions, participate and collaborate with their colleagues.

Below are some of our projects which promote active learning: