Participatory Approach

It is an approach in which everyone who has a stake in the intervention has a voice. Staff of the organization that will run it, members of the target population, community officials, interested citizens, and people from involved agencies, schools, and other institutions should be invited to contribute [6]

Cooperative Learning

It is an approach which aims to organize classroom activities into academic and social learning experiences. Unlike individual learning, which can be competitive in nature, students learning cooperatively can capitalize on one another’s resources and skills. Everyone succeeds when the group succeeds [7]

Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Lessons

It is an approach based on a learning strategy that has both a constructivist and social component, it focuses on using the real life experiences of the learner to create knowledge and considers how students relates to the environment where they are taught [8]

Reality Pedagogy

It is an approach where the fundamental premise is that students are the experts on how to teach, and students are the experts on content. So, there has to be an exchange of expertise between students and teacher [9]

Social Learning

It is an approach that tries to developing cultures and environments for learning that harness the emancipatory power of spaces and interactions outside the formal curriculum, particularly through the use of new technologies and co-curricular activities [10]

Project Based Learning

It is an approach which focuses primarily on having students engage in explorations of real-world problems and challenges. Students learn about a subject by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to a complex question, challenge, or problem [11]