Project-based learning (PBL) centers around using engaging projects that are designed to give students the opportunity to develop knowledge and comprehensive skills to both learn and apply with they learned problems they may face in the real world. It is more than just “doing a project,” students are giving an experience through hands on out of the traditional box learning.
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- Collaboration, Comprehension, and Critical Thinking Skills: Projects are designed with standards-based content and student learning goals. They also including critical thinking/problem solving, collaboration, and self-management.
- Problem-solving-based question: Each project incorporates meaningful problem to solve or a question to answer.
- Engaging Inquiry: Rigorous questioning requiring students, to use resources, and applying information.
- Authenticity: Project contain real-world context, tasks and tools. While speaking to students’ personal concerns, interests, and issues in their lives.
- Student Lead: Students decisioning making concerning the project, including workflow and what they create.
- Critiquing: Students both give, receive feedback in order to improve their project.
- Public Presentation: Students projects are displayed for the public and/or presenting it to people beyond the classroom.
Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.Rumi, The Essential Rumi
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Why Partner with us
Rebirth Kingdom Institute has a unique, God-inspired focus on delivering information, incorporating practice, and encouraging all members of our community to effectively carry out their ‘member’ function since we all make up the larger body of the Church. Once we know, recognize, and are walking out our calling, we would have followed our personal journey to fulfillment in Christ.
Our school’s identity involves identity intervention, a personalized discipleship track, the incorporation of a blended, project-based learning environment, and student-centered ministries. This four-legged approach will allow our students to follow an intentional plan to maturity in God.