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3-5 Upper Elementary

Redesigning Learning Environments (Interactive Case Studies)

March 6, 2002

Open Interactive Case Study.

These multimedia case studies from 2002 explore the ways in which the environments kids are learning in can affect their engagement and achievement.

In Phoenix, Arizona, planning a new elementary school revitalizes a "dying" community; and in Apple Valley, Minnesota, a high school is designed entirely around project-based learning.

Find more information about Capitol Elementary School in Arizona here.

Find more information about the School of Environmental Studies in Minnesota here.

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