Practical work in science provides children little or no learning at all
In the attempt of providing rich learning, science department mainly has practical work that helps to understand the concepts of science which are given in the textbook. According to a scientist, found that practical work is not effective as it mainly appears.

Drama and comedy in the classroom encourage students to listen and participate

As school always thinks constantly about new and innovative ways for active participation of the student. A student who is highly engaged in more drama and comedy in the classroom is more likely to
absorb information, retain it with knowledge.

Young children learn about prejudice by instruction, older children by experience

This has been proven that the young child listens to their peers while learning and older children by their way of thinking and learning. Younger children tend to learn more quickly by instructions of their parents or teachers than the elder ones.

Students learn more when they initiate any activity and are actively engaged in it

Curiosity is the place of learning. When a parent or teacher can harness the power of that curiosity, it is like riding a wave that already has a great sort of momentum. It is different from the traditional model of instruction, where a teacher gives out knowledge and asks the student to learn the information.

Students who are encouraged to talk to themselves aloud have increased probability of learning

If a student is working on a math question or some of the difficult concept, self-talk can help with logical and reasoning concepts. Doing an activity with another five senses can possibly minute details that the eyes are keeping missing when the student looks at the question again and again.
This concept of learning also works with writing. If a student reads the concept loud, then the ear is better able to pick up on phrasing than simply using the eyes.

Daydreaming boosts the brain in learning

Many people believe that daydreaming is often seen as a wasting of time and the lack of ability to focus. But the recent research has proved that the daydreaming helps students to boost the brain in learning power.