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What’s a Micro School? What’s project-based learning? What are rubrics and competency-based assessment all about? Learn more about project-based learning and view other helpful resources and see how we are using it to change the way teachers teach and students learn. We love learning and want students to love learning too.
Hear what our students have to say
“Since I joined, all the teachers were amazing and always were here to help in any situation and issue. All the projects were amazing and fun to do, they hold your attention and make you want to do them. You learn while you have fun. I studied in two schools at the same time, one here in Brazil and at Centric Learning and after having this experience with two completely different schools I can affirm that Centric Learning has the best teaching method that I have ever seen.”
What is Project-Based Learning?
With project-based learning, students work on a project over an extended period of time – from a week up to a semester – that engages them in solving a real-world problem or answering a complex question. They demonstrate their knowledge and skills by developing a public product or presentation for a real audience. As a result, students develop deep content knowledge as well as critical thinking, creativity, and communication skills in the context of doing an authentic, meaningful project.
We understand you may have one (or a few!) questions in regards to our project-based learning style, so we have created a collection of articles that should address some of your most pressing questions.
We like to share what our students are doing, so we have gathered a collection of projects to show you the process of how each student excels and exceeds in their work based upon our project-based learning work model.
Beyond The Classroom
Interested in learning more about Centric Learning? Our podcast, Beyond the Classroom, offers plenty of informational outlooks for anyone interested in taking a deeper look into the engaging world of project-based learning and student engagement.