• Inquiry-based Learning

    Inquiry-based learning is a student-centered teaching approach that emphasizes active learning and problem-solving. In this approach, the teacher acts as a facilitator, providing support and guidance as students explore a topic or problem and develop their own understanding and solutions.

    In our debate and public speaking classes, inquiry-based learning involves students conducting research on a topic and developing their own arguments and evidence to support their position. This allows students to take ownership of their learning and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. It also encourages students to ask questions, make connections, and think deeply about a topic, which can help them develop a more nuanced and well-rounded understanding.

  • Social Constructivism

    Social constructivism is a teaching approach that emphasizes the role of social interactions and collaboration in learning. In this approach, students learn by constructing their own understanding of a topic or problem through interactions with others, including their peers, teachers, and experts in the field.

    EduDrift has created a learning environment that is collaborative and inclusive. Involves providing opportunities for students to work together, encouraging open and respectful communication, and promoting a culture of inquiry and exploration.

    Social constructivism allows students to learn from and with each other, fostering a sense of community and collaboration. It also encourages students to share their ideas and perspectives.

  • Problem-based Learning

    Problem-based learning is a teaching approach that emphasizes the use of real-world problems or challenges to motivate and engage students. Through this approach, students learn by actively solving problems or addressing challenges, applying the knowledge and skills they have acquired to find solutions.

    To foster a learning structure conducive to problem-based learning EduDrift's students engage in mock debates or other activities that require them to apply their knowledge and skills to solve a problem or challenge. allows students to see the relevance and application of their learning in the real world. It also encourages students to think critically and creatively, and to develop the skills and confidence they need to solve complex problems.