Empower Generations emphasizes 21st-century skills and preparing learners for the work world, and tangible experiences help elevate the learning process.
Examples include our DreamUp to Space challenges, where teams of learners come up with scientific research projects that launch to the International Space Station for testing; or living history programs, where learners re-create scenes from history.
Real-world experience is at the heart of what can make project-based learning (PBL) truly exciting, challenging, and rewarding for learners. When PBL is infused with real-world experiences, learners develop crucial skills while they’re still in school. Additionally, these experiences can provide learners with deeper insights into career areas they may want to pursue. Furthermore, kids find that their success isn’t defined merely by a grade but by the experience they gain through the process.
Finally, learning that incorporates real-world experience helps learners become familiar with professional environments. Besides learning the subject content, learners develop skills crucial in the work world, including clear and timely communication, thinking critically, problem-solving, and time management.
As part of a well-rounded PBL curriculum, real-world experiences are essential to Empower Generations’ mission.
It’s finally here! Ms. Susan’s learners are doing a Relationship Workshop with a fun mini-project: Build-A-Baby! This week they will find out whether they’re having twins or just one baby, and they’ll learn their babies’ sex. After they find out Read more…
Agenda: Meraki Mind Current & future project cycles Learner presentations Returning to campus Q&A Please join us: Thursday, May 6, at 5:00 PM We’ll send the Zoom info the day of the meeting! We look forward to seeing you!
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