ARTS INTEGRATED LEARNING (AIL): AN EMERGING APPROACH FOR FOSTERING HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT IN SCHOOL STUDENTS
Keywords:Arts, Art Integrated Learning (AIL), Holistic Development, School Students
Every child is special and different from one another, which means they will grow and develop at their own pace and in their own unique way. Each child has their own individual strengths, weaknesses, and abilities. Therefore, it is important to recognize and respect these differences while providing the necessary support and guidance to help each child reach their full potential. Arts can significantly foster children's overall growth and holistic development. This article aims at exploring the concept of holistic development and Art Integrated Learning by throwing light on how Arts can be useful in promoting holistic development in school children.
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