I've discovered something called project based learning. Pretty much self explanatory if you ask me. But what makes it more interesting is not the effectiveness (god knows how many schools of educational approaches are sold to policymakers) but the resistance towards this way of learning. It is ironic how principals and superintendents promote and stress "learner centered" education but reject having kids explore, discover and experience the learning process. It seems like the "I want it now" attitude has taken the best of us. Why are we in such a hurry? Money? Death? If so, then you should not be making decisions for our children. Success can not be measured with a narrow mind.
I shall not be scared of guiding my students and discover together the intricacies that the world has for us.