Talent ease Works with students in Activity-Based Learning most simply, creating tasks, situations, activities, and other instructional ways to guide children to acquire, understand, and apply new information and skills that will help them in their studies and their lives. It expects learners not just to think


but to do and to feel (i.e., to have emotions). It involves them practically, personally, and socially. The research is clear that children learn better when


(i) they learn with all five senses,


(ii) they can handle and apply their lessons, and


(iii) they are motivated with a clear sense of purpose. Children are guided in acquiring understanding and applying new information.