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A New Way to Learn

It's been a debated issue on whether or not certain teaching methods were getting through to students. Each student learns differently, but there had to be some way to teach the students collectively in a way that interested them. At Arvada High School in the year of 2016, board members decided to introduce a new way of learning to the students: Project-based learning. Project-based learning or…

Read more → December 19, 2016 10:29pm
Oriana Thomas

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