• Project-Based Learning 

    Project-based learning is contextual, creative, and shared.  Students collaborate on meaningful projects that require critical thinking, creativity, and communication.  Learning is made relevant as students are asked to answer challenging questions and solve complex problems.  
    Students are not only assessed on their understanding of academic content, but on their ability to apply their knowledge in solving real world problems.  Through this process, project-based learning gives students the opportunity to develop the real life skills required for success in today’s world.
    Learn more about Project Based Learning from the New Tech Network.