Project-based learning Archive

Mountains of Enrichment

When I was in the fifth grade, I was pulled out of my classes and put into a series of classes called “Enrichment”. It was for “gifted” students, and I remember not really understanding what made me different. On my first day in Enrichment, I recognized the difference between my old classes and Enrichment classes [&hellip

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2.2 Methodologies

2.2.1 Learning through Making Learning through making is quintessentially a project-based approach to education. The approach values practical learning with work aimed at forming a strong connection between the head and the hand. This immersive approach uses intellectual stimulation and physical action to transfer both technical and social skills. Georg Kerschensteiner, one of the leaders [&hellip

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