Problem Solving and Critical Thinking is learned through games

It’s baffling how even after being in a structured education system for years together, students are still at their wits end when the basics of logic and reasoning are tested. Our current system of acquiring knowledge lacks 4 basic pillars of learning and growth. Ask yourself,

  • When was the last time you put your mind to test, no rules, just a problem and plain logic?
  • Do you work well in a team?
  • How good are you in asking for help?
  • Are you willing to think beyond what you have been taught?

These may seem like generic irrelevant questions but they are crucial in shaping your learning experience. Its high time we allow learning to move away from 6 am to 12 pm model and broaden the scope of learning to accommodate the 24-hour world we live in.

A few online platforms have come with these larger than life heist games series wherein the kids use core mathematical and problem-solving skills, to accomplish missions in a strange land of heroes and monsters. These kind of games accomplish far more than what a normal week in school can’t. They teach the player to think, take charge, work in a team and keep their brain running throughout. Students don’t just learn concepts, they understand them well enough to be able to apply them in real-life situations.

We at Qubic Learning Institue have excellent instructors imparting knowledge with easy-to-understand module and practicals to make learning a fun experience for students.

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