Tag: Project-based learning

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 immediately. My new classroom didn’t… Read more →

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 of the German Reform Pedagogical… Read more →