The experiential learning class is a creative workshop class for 4-11 years old children at a Primary School. In the workshop, having to try out new stuff could boost children’s creativity. Experiencing independently helps kids think for themselves. Therefore, this will help the kids gain a sense of achievement and improved confidence at their eager years.
The workshop will be taking place in the first week of the year at the Primary School so they could experience. The workshop will then carry on as a after school activity for the kids who would like to carry on and build their creativity. The reason for it to take place in the school is so the kids could get inspired by the works around the classroom and also from their classmates ending up with their final master piece. They will be making their own toys out of a different material, usually thrown as trash such as building a mini castle out of cardboard box. As a result, they would learn by failing. This form of learning is unstructured, without rules or time limits.
Students who study art in Universities would also join the sessions to build up on their creativity and also show the way to exscape from the problems as they're more experienced. This could be a first step for University students by teaching the kids and could help them up build on their confident.
Today, many kids participate in fewer unstructured experiences than their parents did as children because of advanced technology such as TV, video games and internet.