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Engaging Non-Traditional Students Through Project-Based Learning

EdisonLearning Session at National Dropout Prevention Conference

As educators, we have all come to understand the benefits of virtual learning; how it can increase student engagement and better match a student’s learning style and needs.

Yet, knowing how to solve problems, work collaboratively, and think innovatively are becoming essential real-world skills for today’s students.

In our session at the National Dropout Prevention Conference, on Monday, October 3, at 3:15 to 4:30 pm; we will outline how teaching and learning strategies, enhanced by interactive Project-Based Curriculum, are transforming the non-traditional learner experience.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to create their own mini-mastery project to better comprehend the non-traditional student’s attainment of critical thinking and analytical skills that lead to sustained success.

During the session, we will utilize the project-based curriculum developed by EdisonLearning, Global Learning Models, and the Capital Area Immediate Unit’s online program - CAOLA.

Engaging Non-Traditional Students Through Project-Based Learning will provide education administrators with essential solutions to meet the needs of students at-risk, and all student populations. Therefore, we hope to see you on Monday.

presenters:

Natalie Williams, EdisonLearning

Eric Davis, Global Learning Models

Holly Brzycki, Capital Area Intermediate Unit

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