Wheat Ridge High School's Gifted and Talented Center gives students a haven for learning on their own as well as social and emotional support.
Teaching this way is a messy way to do school, Ann Yenne admitted. But, when it reaches a student it’s worth it.
We asked teachers and others to tell us about what they’re doing in their schools to help students get more engaged. More than 40 replied. Here are a few of them.
At Trailblazer, learning how to apply knowledge means letting kids struggle for a while, figuring out how to find an answer on their own.
What if school was a place where students could discover, go outside frequently and, most importantly, help make the teaching decisions?
Much like a 100 years ago, schooling still relies on grades, tests, homework, lectures, competition, punishments and rewards.