The Key to Success Developing a love of learning in children

The traditional method of classroom instruction in elementary schools inhibit the children’s love of learning, creativity, and healthy relationships among peers.

Children learn to reiterate facts rather than to process information.

The traditional classroom discourages students in learning and creates an unhealthy competition among peers for the coveted 'A.'

Children should have the opportunity to learn through discovery outdoors and to express their creative minds.

Fieldtrips allow children to build relationships rather than compete.

Fieldtrips allow children to experience what they have been learning in the classroom first-hand in nature.

Fieldtrips should be incorporated into elementary education since they provide a unique perspective for the children and aid them in developing relationships and their love of learning simultaneously.

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