Project Based Learning

Educators use Project Based Learning to allow students to make projects as they learn certain subjects.

Why Kids Should Be Allowed to Act Out (Scenes) In Class

For children, acting out words on the page can yield benefits. Especially for beginning readers, physically moving objects or one’s own body can provide a crucial bridge between real-life people, things, and actions, and the printed words meant to represent them. Fluent readers take this correspondence for granted, but many children find it difficult to grasp.

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