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Education systems aim to enable students not just to acquire knowledge but also to become capable, confident and enthusiastic learners. At school, students who have positive approaches to learning, in terms of both attitudes and behaviors, tend to enjoy good learning outcomes. Beyond school, children and adults who have developed the ability and motivation to learn on their own initiative are well-placed to become lifelong learners. Thus, an overall assessment of the outcomes of schooling needs to consider not only students’ knowledge and understanding but also their approaches to learning. This paper explains how learning study incorporates in its design and implementation the principles for a high quality of learning proposed by an Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) provides a unique opportunity to look at how students approach learning, alongside how well they perform in key subject areas project entitled Innovative Learning Environments (ILE), and analyzes the critical conditions that supported its development in school organizations and the education system. It also describes how learning study could integrate the factors for building innovative learning environments and put them into practice in schools and in a professional learning network in the education system. The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA 2000) aims to measure such wider outcomes of schooling, at the same time as assessing student performance in terms of reading, mathematical and scientific literacy. In this studies examine an approach to learning, especially in Mathematics among higher secondary school students plays a very important role in building Constructivist learning Ability which helps to achieve in Academic Achievement. For this purpose, A sample of Eleventh standard students ware selected out of which there have been 300 girls and 300 boys belonging to the schools in Chennai.