Little children are very inquisitive. They are initially motivated to ask questions, seek answers and apply these answers in their personal experience.
ISI has created all the conditions for conducting a variety of studies in which each student can demonstrate their curiosity, ability to be surprised and desire to acquire new knowledge.
Inquiry-based learning (IBL) is a form of active learning that begins with posing questions, defining problems, and developing hypotheses. This type of education is fundamentally different from a traditional one, where the teacher acts as lecturer only providing students with facts. In IBL, school teachers become mentors and assistants. Teaching/learning process is aimed at understanding the world, giving children new practical knowledge as well as learning new ways of working in practice.