Blogs on Place-Based Learning

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Stephen HurleySeptember 15, 2009

The following quote is one of the first things my eighth-grade students see when they walk into their classroom in September:

The following quote is one of the first things my eighth-grade students see when they walk into their classroom in September: Read More

Diane Demee-BenoitFebruary 6, 2007

A thoughtful curriculum centered on project learning is a superior way for students to learn 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, creativity and innovation, problem solving, self-direction, and teamwork, because students must develop and use these skills to complete their projects.

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Diane Demee-BenoitApril 7, 2006

In August 2003, we published Logging History: Students as Archivists, an article (with complementary multimedia components) that showcases Libby, Montana, high school students documenting their cultural heritage using an inquiry-based approach, ultimately sharing their findings with their local community.

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