Authentic learning projects encourage students to see beyond the classroom and apply knowledge in new, creative ways that have a lasting impact on the world around them.
In an ideal world, all learning is authentic learning. And luckily, digital tools make it easier than ever to help students explore, connect and engage with the world around them. But how do you get started? And what do you need to know support teachers and learners making the shift?
In Real-World, Hands-on and Project-Based: An Instructional Leader’s Guide to Authentic Learning, we break down everything you need to know about authentic learning, with examples of authentic learning projects created by educators from around the world.
Want to lead the shift to authentic, project-based learning this year? This guide is for you.