Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand. - Chinese proverb This timely approach to classroom instruction shows teachers how to incorporate flexibility and student-driven learning into the classroom. Designed to help teachers reflect on their current teaching practice, this innovative book suggests small shifts, medium-sized ideas, and big changes that can be made to encourage student engagement through flexible, student-centred learning. Student-Driven Learning recognises that children learn by immersing themselves in their experiences. Once they truly understand a concept, they can link it to other experiences and feel a sense of empowerment over their learning, their knowledge, and what comes next. Experiential earning that is student-driven fosters autonomy and shifts the focus from the knowledge and influence of the teacher to the experiences of the students. Teachers know that their students love to explore and learn. But, how do we make this possible with 30 students, with different needs, learning styles, and backgrounds, all in one small room with one teacher in the class? This practical book argues that the answer isn't about rewriting the curriculum or writing individualised lessons and tasks for each student. The answer is to introduce opportunities for students to learn their own way, to take initiative, and to experience, wonder, and create. Ideal for new and experienced teachers, Student-Driven Learning is a powerful guide to creating lifelong learners who are ready for what the future will bring.