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4 Keys To Helping Your Child Succeed At A Project Based Middle School

Whether you've already made the decision to send your child to a project based middle school or are still wondering whether or not it's the right decision for your family, you want to offer your child the best possible chance of succeeding academically. When you elect to send your child to a project based school, you'll experience a number of advantages. You'll also discover that it's a little different from sending your child to a normal middle school. 
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Why Choose a Project Based Middle School?

When you choose a middle school for your student, you want to choose a school that is well suited to their needs. Middle school is a critical time in the academic of many students. A project based middle school offers a number of advantages that you should carefully consider.  
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What does Project-Based Learning Look like at Method Schools?

Many people ask me what project-based learning is. For all PBL teachers they have their standard go-to response.   “It’s a curriculum” “Its hands-on learning.  “It’s connecting to the world around them.”  “It is problem solving with group members” 
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How is Planning a Dinner Project Based Learning?

 
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Making History Come Alive Through Project Based Learning

Method Schools takes a unique approach to Social Studies as it offers more than the traditional. Social Studies at Method Schools comes alive through hands on projects and activities.  
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Helping Your Child Adapt to Project Based Education

The education world is changing and one of the most promising new teaching methods is project based education. Schools across the country are rapidly adapting to this intriguing concept, meaning your school may switch or that you may become interested in the process and its many benefits for your children.
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Project Based Learning and College Prep

Everyone knows that getting into college is competitive, so it is no wonder that parents can be skeptical about sending their kids to a school that uses teaching methods that skew away from the mainstream. 
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Advantages of Project Based Charter Schools

Children who attend project based charter schools are subject to an entirely different form of education than public school’s education. At many charter schools students are expected to engage in critical thinking and be involved in discussions and projects nearly every day. The outcome of being given this education is a love of learning and a desire to continue learning long after school is over.
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How Project-Based High School Can Benefit Your Teenager

Unless you're Hermione Granger, there were probably subjects in school that you just didn't enjoy.  You know the ones.  You probably spent the entire class period sitting there with your head propped up on one hand, wishing that the teacher would stop lecturing already so that you could do something more interesting.  Anything more interesting.  If you don't remember these subjects, ask your teenager:  they still exist, and unfortunately, with the focus on state testing that has taken over most schools in the last generation, kids are seeing it more than ever before.  
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