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States and Organizations initiative on activity-based learning[தொகு]

The ABL in its contemporary form was first undertaken by the Chennai Corporation in 13 schools on a trial basis in 2003, has been adopted by all the 270 primary schools in the district. First designed and tested by the Rishi Valley School in Andhra Pradesh in the '90s, the Activity-Based Learning system has been successfully implemented in several Indian states and union territory, including Karnataka, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat,[1] Madhya Pradesh, அரியானா.[2] Maharashtra,[3] Chandigarh.[4] In தமிழ்நாடு, UNICEF supported the Chennai Corporation to introduce the ABL methods in the Government schools. There are many organizations which cultivate and follow the principles of activity-based learning. Digantar Siksha evam Khelkud Samiti in Rajasthan, Sumavanam Village School in Andhra Pradesh and Vikasana School in Karnataka are the places which were established on the principles of activity-based learning.[5]

  1. http://ictpost.com/gujarat-trendsetter-in-activity-based-learning/
  2. http://indiatoday.intoday.in/education/story/haryana-launches-activity-based-learning-programme/1/341988.html
  3. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolhapur/Activity-based-learning-to-be-introduced-in-200-more-schools/articleshow/38019841.cms
  4. http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/activity-based-learning-is-edu-dept-s-key-focus/article1-1247771.aspx
  5. "Alternative Education in India".