A.J. Juliani is the Director of Learning and Innovation for a public school district and the author of books centered around student-agency, choice, inquiry, and engagement. In his blog, he talks about how Project- based learning helps the students by giving them choice and ownership of their learning experience. He defends the student-centered learning model, which is a learning model that places the student (learner) in the center of the learning process: they are active participants, and they learn at their own pace and use their own strategies. In this post of his blog, he shares a project he did with his students about Human Rights and he explain the reasons why he developed that project based on the student-centered learning model. In his blog he also offer The Epic Guide to Student Ownership for free.
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