Why do we do demonstration lessons

A demonstration lesson is a hands-on, participative support activity done by the A+ facilitators at the school with the educators and children.  The purpose of the demo lesson is that it allows educators to see the A+ approach in action and provides answers to questions such as:


⦁ ‘How do I provide my children in my class with a joyful and meaningful learning experience?”

⦁ “How do I nurture critical thinking, problem-solving,  imagination and innovation in my children?”

⦁ “How do I manage my class when I am doing experiential learning activities with my children?”

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