Built around the theory of constructivism, collaborative learning helps develop the learner’s multiple intelligences. The LIS classroom is essentially constructivist, and lays stress on explorative questioning based on true-life scenarios, stressing on the approach to construct knowledge based on factual inputs and experience as opposed to mere reproduction of facts from a text book. Collaborative learning ensures that a child’s innate curiosity remains alive, and is not dimmed or dulled; it is this curiosity which will lead a child to think logically,not wanting to reinvent wheels, but instead, focussing on innovative ways to construct them better!