This PD 360 program discusses project-based learning. When students drive their own inquiry, they are more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain. Collaboration between the student as project director and teacher as facilitator is key to the success of project-based programs. With student-driven learning, digital technology is a critical tool, which should be tightly woven into the curriculum. A digital portfolio is kept to showcase each student's work. Students at Kihei Charter School have access to the vast opportunities and resources available through information and communications technology. In project-based schools, students are evaluated on the scope and quality of their projects, rather than through written exams and essays.
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