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Active methodology: Why is it important for children to learn actively?

At Raoul Wallenberg International School in Palma we firmly believe in the importance of active methodology in children's education. Why do we consider it so crucial? Because we understand that children learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process.

Our school follows Raoul Wallenberg's example, providing our students with a solid foundation of knowledge, skills and character. We are inspired by his legacy and achievements, and strive to instil in our students the ability to make a positive impact on society, just as Wallenberg did.

The active methodology not only encourages student participation and motivation, but also promotes meaningful and lasting learning. In our classrooms, children are not merely recipients of information, but are invited to explore, question and discover for themselves. Through collaborative projects, stimulating discussions and hands-on activities, students develop skills in critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork.

At Raoul Wallenberg International School in Palma we are committed to providing our students with the tools necessary to meet the challenges of today's and tomorrow's world. We believe that active methodology is fundamental to achieving this goal and we are excited to see how in all our schools students grow and thrive as active learners and engaged citizens.

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