Saturday, August 17, 2019
Tags Project-based learning

Tag: project-based learning

PD for you and me

Jefferson County's Torri Lee Martin says using the workshop model for professional development can lead to more effective learning and more satisfied teachers.

Making project-based learning work in an AP curriculum

Jefferson County's Andrew Waterhouse explains how project-based learning can fit into the Advanced Placement curriculum and get students more engaged.

Going loopy over STEM in Bullitt County

This year’s Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) competition for middle and high schools in Bullitt County required constructing a roller coaster in less than...

Students’ response to Hurricane María teaches global competency

Russell Independent's Catherine Del Valle shares how she used a natural disaster in Puerto Rico to teach her students global competency skills and help out struggling schools on the island.

Solar eclipse provides real-world project for engineering students

Bullitt County's Darrell Vincent shares how he used his students' interest in August's solar eclipse to create a project-based lesson his engineering students won't soon forget.

Honoring Sophia by helping a wish come true

The teachers and students at one Boone County school turned their grief of losing one student into a schoolwide project - and learning experience - to help someone else.

Second-graders learn how to create a business

What happens when you combine six creative teachers, 150 enthusiastic 2nd-graders and a desire for project-based learning? You get six totally amazing and highly successful businesses!

Project-based learning shines spotlight on a hometown hero

Owen County students studied the life of an accomplished native son and worked in a collaborative writing environment to make his story known.

KSB students show community ‘we care’

Kentucky School for the Blind students create 55 care packages for Louisville’s homeless.

What taking action in the classroom really means

When exploring global education, many educators are very comfortable with the first three “big areas” of global competency. But what does "Taking Action" mean for students?