Project-based learning helps prepare our learners for the real world and empowers them to solve highly complex problems. Project-based learning (PBL) requires that learners have both fundamental skills (reading, writing, and math) and 21st-century skills (teamwork, problem-solving, research-gathering, time management, information-synthesizing, utilizing high-tech tools). PBL provides the opportunity for the learners to become active rather than passive learners. But what does that look like in the classroom?
Please join us on Thursday, January 30, at 6:00 p.m. to gain a better understanding of how the project-based learning process works in your child’s classroom.
Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of articles on the pillars of iLEAD Agua Dulce’s educational philosophy and approach. They say communication is key, but if we lack understanding in our relationships and interactions, how can we ever hope to truly, clearly communicate? This week, we’re examining Habit #5: Seek First to Understand,
Please make sure to utilize the Valet at the lower lot for drop-off and pick up. The parking lot is for drop-off of classroom pets or learners who arrive after 8:45 a.m. The congestion of cars on the upper lot is unsafe for our learners and staff. We appreciate your support!
Our learners are working alongside a professional mural artist who to transform our Creation Station shed into a place where our learners can tap into their imagination and artistic skills. Our learners are loving the process of learning hands-on about the art of muralism.