Project Respond


  1. Professional development through afterschool workshops and coaching.
  2. Project based learning experiences incorporating student response systems.
  3. Development of student achievement through engaging projects developed through mentored leadership experiences using:  a) project based learning, b) responders, and c) varied resources.
  4. Development of ‘student developers’ creating valuable resources, connecting real-world experiences and skills with student achievement.
  5. Development of content knowledge and student voice.
Projects created by students and teachers using:  Notebook software, Response, PowerPoint, Voicethread, Digital Publishing

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The 2014-2015 Project Respond team is pleased to share project based learning supporting SCALE
   Student Centered Active Learning Environments 

Common Core Links:  Engage NY -
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