A Student-Driven Approach to Experiential Learning

>>Woman: Everything we do at Wooranna revolves around children. We foster their interest and their voice and make them feel…

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Competency-Based Learning: Developing Mastery of Skills and Content

>>Niklas: As people are willing to buy more, they’re making more and they’re charging more for it.>>Erin: And how does…

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Grit Curriculum Lesson: Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals

>>Beth: Setting SMART goals is a great way to practice what it feels like to have self-control, to have control…

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STEAM + Project-Based Learning: Real Solutions From Driving Questions

>>Ronnie: Boys and girls, what is inside of this bag? Air. You are going to see convection at its best.>>Natasha:…

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Small Group Rotations with Moderate/Severe Special Education Students

♪[theme music] Monkey. Money. Give me the monkey. Over here Anthony. Money. Money. Good job. This is money. Give me…

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Personalized Learning: Enabling Voice and Choice Through Projects

>>Student: If you invest in us, we’re asking for $25,000 with 16 percent equity.>>Advisor: I’m going to propose that you…

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Art Works: Integrating Creativity in the Curriculum

>>Narrator: Like many of his classmates at the Boston Arts Academy, Marvin Balan is a gifted musician.>>Student band: [playing Jazz]>>Ironically…

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