The connections our students make are where the authentic learning happens. Bridgett captures this moment in her latest blog.
PBL / Inquiry / Authentic Learning
Project Based Learning opens a whole new world of learning. Mike Gorman explores the Gold Standard of PBL & where you can learn more to be ready to implement PBL in the fall.
Curiosity is a subtle ingredient in the classroom recipe, but it packs an impactful punch. Ryan shares ideas for mixing it into the classroom blend.
Wm. Bryant gives students time & space for them to move from an idea to tangible item. Take a look at the journey!
While “accounting class” may not scream “hands-on learning,” Ashley Johnson has a number of ideas to change that mindset.
Ashley had the spark of an idea which quickly grew into a cross-curricular project her students will not soon forget!
Kids love games. How do you combine games, with English class principles, with film making? William Bryant Rozier has a lesson ready to go!
Dr. Corey Hall concludes her series on 3D printing in schools. How do you make sure your program is sustainable?
A first-of-its-kind in Indiana “unconference” will actively engage participants in the 3 dimensions of the new Indiana Science standards (NGSS) while embracing the “hands-on/minds-on” the Indianapolis Children’s Museum is well-known for.
In June of 2022, Indiana adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Some may question why such a change was necessary. In this blog, Dr. Stacy Hootman speaks from her own experience as both a science student and a science teacher. She describes the Three Dimensions of the NGSS, where teachers can turn for resources on both a national and state level, and why this change is necessary for Indiana.