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August 24, 2016
Engaged Kids  =  Empowered Kids

Find out how this class project empowered students -- and why the class cheered.
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Enable Student Voice and Choice Through Projects

 VIDEO   Adapt these six tips to deepen engagement (and inspire curiosity) through personalized learning projects.



Discover strategies for involving students in the curriculum.
Phil Hackett

7 Do's an Don'ts for Engaging Students in Curriculum Decisions

How do you create a student-centered curriculum and keep it from going off the rails? One veteran educator shares her secrets.



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KQED



Read these select answers from 220 eighth graders.

Kids Speak Out on Student Engagement

Revisit one of Edutopia's all-time most popular articles in which students share their own ideas about what engages them.



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FoodSpan



Watch how this school nourishes 21st-century learners.
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Create a Culture of Inquiry

 VIDEO   Watch how these elementary teachers scaffold student-driven inquiry to deepen engagement.




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