Project-based learning is a methodology in which students actively explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper knowledge through carrying out projects. These projects can be eclectic.
During the process, students investigated, designed, discussed and reached agreements about the topic under consideration. They compared, contrasted and confronted possibilities, developed prototypes or reached an agreement. The opportunity such an approach offers for the inter-connecting of disciplines is vital. The initiatives sought to make the links across and between disciplines in order to arrive at a better and more holistic understanding of the issues and concepts under scrutiny. Another key part of the project-based approach was communicating ideas and receiving feedback from different stakeholders in order to develop and find tune solutions.