Classroom projects are the tasks assigned by the teachers to the students to track their performances. Teaching is important, but mere teaching can get boring. To break the monotony, games, activities, and classroom projects are introduced to increase students’ involvement.
In this way, we can grab the attention of the students. Thus, students can convert their ideas into reality. This helps to analyse the students’ understanding ability. Converting all the theoretical subjects into practical applications may increase the students’ IQ. By giving classroom projects, teachers can assess the students’ performances, and help them succeed.
Through classroom projects, students may get a chance to work in a team. Hence, their social behavior is developed. By helping one another understand the basic concepts, students get a deeper understanding of concepts while developing social connections. By doing this, every student gets a chance to work and gain knowledge. Working in a team teaches students how to respect one’s opinion and embrace someone’s review of their work.
Brainstorming may help the students share their thoughts, have multiple ideas over a classroom project, and select the best one among them. By brainstorming, students can quickly analyse and solve the problem and generate many possible solutions.
For making the best classroom project, a student needs to know the scope of the classroom project, and their planned deliverables so that a SMART goal is set, i.e. specific, measurable, accurate, reliable and time-bound goals.