Students solve real-world problems and learn skills they will use in their own lives.
These schools provide great examples of how
can look in different Learner-Centered Environments. These exemplar school environments provide a chance to showcase successful implementations and provide support for discussion, learning, and growth.
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Learn how a project is not really authentic unless it is in the real world, connected directly to the lives of students and real issues in their communities.
Elementary Specific: Empowering Kids to Be Part of the Solution
Community Educators: A Resource for Educating and Developing Our Youth - Patricia Moore Harbour
To read more about how positive identity helps create a more equitable school environment, see the Equity in Student Centered Learning Guide (pages 18-19).