Using Project-Based Learning to Cultivate Student Engagement and Trust

This is a delightful story of a teacher engaging students, using bring your own devices, and focusing on learner achievement. What can we learn from this example about curriculum, technology and student engagement? - Diana

“I hope that my book becomes at least one child’s favorite,” reflected Monique. “I worked really hard on my book to make sure that the children in Burkina Faso enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed making it for them.”

This spring, I assigned the 10th graders in my Intro to Education class one of my favorite projects yet: creating children’s books for a village in Burkina Faso.

At first, my students totally freaked out. They had dozens of questions. None of them had any idea how to write a children’s book, or even where Burkina Faso was. What language did they speak there? What should the stories be about? Would their drawings and artwork be good enough?   Read more...

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