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Project-based Learning Impacts Students of All Ages; Maury County Sixth Grader Shares Experience

In Grow Maury by Nicole Perry

Spring Hill Middle School sixth grader Jack Hutchings dreams of owning a movie company and making films one day—and he finds that Maury County Public Schools’ shift from traditional instruction to project-based learning will help him achieve this dream. “Project-based learning teaches things like technology, how to work with other kids in my class and how to solve problems that …

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Studies Show Project-based Learning Leads to Workforce Readiness and Future Success

In Grow Maury by Nicole Perry

As a new school year is underway in Maury County, students can expect a new approach to learning that is positively correlated to future job success and college preparedness according to recent studies. Project-based learning (PBL) is defined as a student-centered teaching method that involves a dynamic classroom approach where students acquire deeper knowledge through active exploration of real-world challenges …

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Project-based Learning Provides Opportunities for Maury County High School Student

In Grow Maury by Nicole Perry

A senior at Mount Pleasant High School, John Robert Daniels has a bright future ahead as he looks to pursue a career in engineering. “Without project-based learning I would have never discovered my passion for engineering, and would probably still be deciding my major and stressing over finding a rewarding career,” said Daniels. Project-based learning (PBL) is another innovative approach …