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KPIS International School Bangkok: Project-Based Learning

In ACY 2022-2023, our grade one learners embarked on an incredible project-based learning journey centered around the question, “How can greener spaces lead to happy faces?” They transformed an unused space into the beautiful Tuski Garden, showcasing the power of project-based learning.

Over nine weeks, elementary school students developed critical thinking, global citizenship, and leadership skills as they assessed air quality, gathered ideas, and voiced their opinions. This immersive approach engaged them in a meaningful way.

They explored various subjects through math, science, social studies, and language arts, honing their skills while delving into engineering, design, and environmental concepts. This interdisciplinary approach enriched their learning.

This project-based learning unit puts student voices and choices at the forefront, allowing them to shape their learning experiences. Reflection, feedback, and revision played vital roles in fostering growth and improvement. They proudly showcased their ideas in a grand exhibition.

Expert visits and experiential learning at NIDA University deepened their understanding of plants, design, CO2 emissions, and technology. These experiences empowered them to become change agents, making a real-world impact.

The Tuski Garden at KPIS International School Bangkok is a testament to their dedication, creativity, and positive impact. These young learners exemplify global citizenship, critical thinking, and leadership, paving the way for a brighter and greener future.
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