Learning is a two-way street.
Teachers ought to observe students and gauge their readiness to absorb the material before teaching the required skills, whether theoretical or experiential. And this holds, no matter what the field of education. And no one understands this better than the teachers at Whistling Woods International School of Fashion where aspiring designers are encouraged to explore their creativity through engagement within and beyond the classroom.
What sets the school apart is that it nurtures innovative ideas while grooming students to tackle the evolving needs of the industry as they are exposed to a balance of theoretical, visual and theatrical input.