Project-Based Learning: Clear View Charter Elementary School

Clear View Charter Elementary School in Chula Vista, California has been recognized for its innovative efforts to support the needs of its multilingual student population through the use of technology-enhanced project-based learning. This 22-minute video from the George Lucas Educational Foundation series “Live and Learn” is an excellent example of how proper design can help put students in charge of their own learning.

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