Xander Manshel of Stanford University (CA) dives into the text, connects it to the world, and then explores how to dynamically experience the intersections that emerge. See below for a closer look.
Manshel, Xander (Stanford University)
Meghan Jimenez of Deerfield Academy (Massachusetts) looks to her mentor for guidance and support. See below for what the daily routine looks like.
Jimenez, Meghan (Deerfield Academy)
Kate Lambert from the Kinkaid School (Texas) starts with the text, spends time away from it, and then comes back to it with a richer perspective that fuels a creative approach. See the image below for more detail.
Kate Lambert, Kinkaid School
Mary Eldredge-Sandbo from Des-Lacs Burlington High School (North Dakota) shows how planning happens all the time. It’s about reflection–on one’s own, with colleagues, online–and lessons percolate out from and during all these experiences. See the image for more detail.
Mary Eldredge-Sandbo, Des-Lacs Burlington High School
Sheri Kojima from Waiakea High School (Hawaii) sees relevance as the key to closing the gap between meaningful material and students learning. Click below to see the full illustration!
Sheri Kojima, Waiakea High School (Hawaii)