Project Based Learning Implementation Rumpin Goras, fourth stage – Tutur

In the fourth stage of PBL, children openly reflect their understanding to their facilitator, peers, and parents through the activities of drawing, coloring, sticking, and verbally telling the meaning of their work.

Although some children are still shy and not yet confident in telling their work, children have started to learn to communicate their ideas and learn to be responsible for what they believe (evidence-based understanding).

This activity was closed with the children dancing together, giving thanks for God’s blessings through the rich nature in fish.

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