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With common sense "rules of the road," the authors offer nuts and bolts guidelines for implementing a high-quality Leaving to Learn program, including: examples of the many forms of out-of-school learning: internships, travel, community service, independent projects, and more seamlessly integrating students' outside learning with in-school curriculum assigning academic credit for out-of-school accomplishments. Also in This Series. Citation formats are based on standards as of July Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published.
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Education, Secondary. The authors then make a compelling argument: in order to retain students through to graduation, schools must offer experiences where students do some of their learning outside of school. We can keep kids in school and prepare them for life after graduation by delivering authentic learning experiences that matter to them.go here
Peer Reviewed: Reframing School Dropout as a Public Health Issue
The first step is taking down the barriers between school and the outside world. The first step is letting them leave, to learn. Their strategy—redesigning schools in fundamental ways—is made understandable by this vivid and compelling account. Ducommun Professor of Education at Stanford University. The authors have worked with these young people and have some exciting insights to share about student engagement and intrinsic motivation. They understand, far better than most, how critical it is to engage and motivate students—to give them a reason to want to stay in school and to learn.
Supporting learning out in the world is the key to unleashing their potential and to learning who they are and what they want to become.
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Rather, they want to succeed at important things.