At its core, project-based homeschooling is a child-centred and child-led approach to learning. It’s an offshoot of the Reggio Emilia approach, an educational philosophy that emphasises hands-on discovery learning. In project-based homeschooling, the key emphasis is on practical, creative, and exploratory activities. The idea is to encourage the child to learn by undertaking different projects that are driven by their own interests and curiosity.
But what sets project-based homeschooling apart from other homeschooling methodologies?
Let’s break it down!