Field trips are a free day out of the classroom where students can have an educational experience that they never could have had in the classroom. The students get to interact with what they are learning. The involvement goes beyond reading and they can see it, deploy, and contribute to it physically.
In the system of thematic course preparation, the teacher chooses a variety of properties, books, and activities they feel would be interesting for the child/children and given the existing interest and questions about a topic to engage with. The methodology is typically prearranged and tracks the structure of doings determined by the teacher.
In this module, we process our involvements, particularly our critical considerations of our experiences. Experiential learning engrosses students in critical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making in circumstances that are personally pertinent to them. This approach to learning also includes making prospects for interrogation and merging and application of the concepts and skills to new circumstances.