By taking down the walls of their school and bringing learning into the community around them, Crellin makes education meaningful and magical for their students.
By using real-world problems as projects for children to solve, Crellin Elementary empowers, engages, and excites students about what they can learn and how they can use that knowledge.
Inviting community members into the classroom to share their expertise can help bring lessons and learning to life for students.
PBL can align with CCSS when teachers, knowing their kids' interests and abilities, let projects evolve to meet student needs as well as the standards.
Crellin Elementary, a small, rural K-5 school in Oakland, Maryland, takes hands-on, project-based learning to a level that extends far beyond a few one-off projects per year.
Taking class projects schoolwide makes learning more fun, more engaging, and more lasting for students.
An artist-in-residence program can enrich educational experiences schoolwide if adequately understood by the teachers, supported by the administration, and funded by the school community.
How you can help students take responsibility and meet high expectations by providing the right tools and support along the way.
Learn how to bring cross-curricular, arts-infused project-based learning into your classroom.
Students at Casey Middle learn more (and feel good about it) in a combined language arts/fitness class that boosts their cognition with aerobic and anaerobic activities.
Personalized learning means student agency, defining curriculum by real-life skills, defining learning expectations, encouraging self-knowledge, and teachers getting to know their students as people.
Suggestions from educators at KIPP King Collegiate High School on how to help develop and assess critical-thinking skills in your students.
Tailor your instruction by incorporating your peers’ feedback about student work.
Adapt these six tips to bring personalized learning projects into your classroom and build student engagement.