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Research confirms that to be successful in today’s rapidly evolving and complex world, learners need to develop a broader set of knowledge and skills that go beyond academics.

Project Based Learning (PBL) prepares learners for academic, personal, and career success, and readies young people to rise to the challenges of the 21st century.

Campus K is the first project-based learning school in Chennai.


What is PBL?

Students work on a project over an extended period of time that spans from a couple of weeks to months, engaging them in solving real-world problems to exploring answers to complex questions. They demonstrate their knowledge and skills by developing a product or building a presentation that is tested in front of a real audience. For every project, learners get feedback from experts who mentor and share their experiences with them.

As a result, learners develop deep knowledge in their field, as well as enhance their critical thinking abilities, creativity, and communication skills in the context of doing an authentic, meaningful project.

Why PBL?

Engaged hearts and minds
Students actively engage with PBL projects which provide real-world relevance for learning. Students solve problems that are important to them as well as their communities.
Deeper learning
PBL projects lead to deeper understanding and greater retention of content knowledge. Students are better able to apply what they know to new situations.
Creativity and technology
Learners enjoy using a spectrum of technology tools during research and collaboration through product-creation and presentation.
A sense of purpose
A great project can be transformative for learners. Seeing a real-world impact gives them a sense of agency and purpose.
21st century workplace skills
Beyond basic knowledge, learners learn to take initiative and responsibility, solve problems, and communicate ideas.
Rewarding teacher relationships
Teachers work closely with active, engaged learners doing meaningful work, and share in the rediscovered joy of learning.
Exposure to adults and careers
Through PBL, learners interact with adults, businesses and organizations, and their community, and can develop career interests.
Run Your Own Business

Thinking Game for Preschoolers

Grades: 3 / 4

Run Your Own Business

Run Your Own Business

Grades: 3 / 4 / 5

Run Your Own Business

One day with a Professional

Grades: 3 / 4

Run Your Own Business

Dream Vacation

Grades: 4 / 5