Letting Go: Breaking Patterns of Silence

Projects are tricky things.  If you don't have enough organized structure, students are unlikely to accomplish anything. Conversely, if you're too tied to a limited outcome, you risk silencing student voice, choice, and creativity.  Organized structure is necessary.  It provides students with manageable deadlines, and a pathway toward achievement.  However, in project-based curriculum design it … Continue reading Letting Go: Breaking Patterns of Silence