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We know from Connected Learning that interest and agency are powerful catalysts for learning, but how do you allow for these in formal settings like schools and in content-rich areas like science? In this webinar with Knowles Science Teaching Fellows (KSTF), they share strategies that marry project-based learning with blended content instruction in new and exciting ways while increasing student choice in the classroom. They discuss how they enable students to be more self-directed and have greater autonomy in what and how they are learning, and also how their work enables educators to focus their instruction on the important skills and practices of their disciplines.

Upcoming Events

March
23

NWP Radio—Assessing Writing, Teaching Writers

How can teachers use the National Writing Project's Analytical Writing Continuum (AWC) to assess student writing in a way that... Read More

March
24

Growing Up American-Muslim: Challenges and Opportunities in the Classroom & Beyond

In this webinar, educators, scholars and students convene to discuss the experiences of American-Muslim students and teachers inside and out... Read More

June
26

NAMLE National Conference

In response to the current political discourse and the growing urgency for active civic participation, The National Association for Media... Read More

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