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Real World Learning

Incorporating real-world experiences into lessons can help to create a more engaging and stimulating learning environment. By relating and demonstrating material through real-world scenarios, students can gain a deeper understanding of the material and make it easier to comprehend. This can be a great way to keep students engaged and engaged in the classroom. Additionally, using smart applications for preschoolers can make these sessions even more engaging.


When students engage in learning contexts where they can interact with real people and contexts, they understand that their academic work is relevant outside of the classroom setting.

-Create authentic learning experiences that take place in the real world. This means providing students with opportunities to use their skills and knowledge to solve real problems or solve real challenges.

-Engage students on a hands-on level with activities that put them in the driver’s seat of learning. This could be experiments, field trips, interactive simulations, or projects that need to be put into practice.

-Encourage students to integrate different subjects or disciplines into their learning.

-Real-world challenges and problems often require a mix of skills from different fields, so it’s important to foster an interdisciplinary approach.

-Partner with local communities and industry to create partnerships.

-Invite guest speakers and/or experts from different fields to share experiences and knowledge with students.

-Create problem-based learning lessons and projects that encourage students to explore, analyze, and create solutions to real-world issues.

-Provide students with the opportunity to reflect on their experiences in the real world and transfer their knowledge and skills to new contexts.


 Edsys, 8 Innovative Ideas to Make Your Teaching Methods More Effective, Edsys, 2015, [Online], Available at:, Accessed [24 July 2016]