One student meets with a local expert to find out more about the design process for his new box board concept to make skating long distances more convenient.

Another student collects waste around school to better understand the waste issue and get ideas for her compost project.

Back in class, a few students conference with their teacher, brainstorming ideas to transform research they have gathered into meaningful project ideas.

Three different projects, all managed by the same project guide. It’s a process guide that helps students take ownership of their own learning, and allows the teacher to take the role of guide- forging meaningful expert connections and ensuring students ask the right questions.

It includes a guide for starting the inquiry process; connecting to experts; documenting what they learned; infusing core content; coming up with project ideas; conferencing with the teacher; and taking action.

It’s a guide I wish I had when I started managing projects 12 years ago.

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