CHANGEd: What if we expected and empowered students to co-design curriculum? 60-60-60 #13

Because I work a lot in the domain of Project-Based Learning (PBL), I participate in a number of conversations and ideations about great, future PBL ideas. I never cease to be amazed, though, at how quickly many adults see the PBL-design process as adult-centric. We neaten the mess of education-industry learning too much, and we too often exclude systemic inclusion of students in these early design stages. What if we expected and empowered students to co-design curriculum?

* Screenshot of just two related tweets summarizing some of Pat Bassett’s comments
in a plenary session at 2012 NAIS Annual Conference.

CHANGEd: What if…60-60-60 Project Explained

2 thoughts on “CHANGEd: What if we expected and empowered students to co-design curriculum? 60-60-60 #13

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