Modern education and traditional education
Modern education is education from a completely different perspective from traditional education, the most prominent characteristic of modern education is its activation of the student’s role and focus on the existence of individual differences between students in terms of their level and needs unlike traditional education that deals with students as if they were at the same level of understanding and knowledge ignoring the differences between them Modern education relies mainly on activities unlike the traditional one, which mostly depends on indoctrination. Modern education develops students’ skills such as: critical thinking and decision-making through its use of asking questions, clarifications, distinct explanations, cooperation and work. To collectively among students, it is worth mentioning that the traditional education and modern education both may demonstrate the effectiveness and the development of the students but the important thing is to bring about a state of balance and knowledge of the circumstances in which the traditional education is the best and the circumstances in which the modern education more appropriate. 
Education through play
This type of learning depends on play and activities where students learn without realizing it and enjoy during the learning process as well, this technique has demonstrated its effectiveness in education for all ages, especially kindergarten students and students in basic classes, as well as its role in increasing students’ motivation and desire for the educational process, where It is the responsibility of the teacher or facilitator to design projects for activities and games suitable for students, taking into account the students ’age and their level of knowledge, a method that combines fun and learning. 
Project Based Education
Learning through projects is one of the modern methods that focuses primarily on students’ involvement in discovering real-life problems and challenges. During these discoveries, their knowledge content is developed and also the ability to find and discover solutions. This style of learning arouses the interest of students who do not want to learn. Traditional, because it gives them the opportunity to discover and identify the problems of the surrounding community, for example, and plan to solve them, and they are also given the ability to be more creative, so students can direct and engage in projects while taking different subjects and materials, and here falls on the obstacle of Teacher A The facilitator devise ways to link educational topics and projects that engage the students.