Picturing the Project Approach
Creative Explorations in Early Learning


Picturing the Project Approach
Creative Explorations in Early Learning

 

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When teachers implement the project approach to learning, young children can follow their own real-world interests to gain deeper understanding. Children wonder about a topic, formulate their questions, and then figure out the answers for themselves in their own way.

The project approach helps children dig deeply into intellectual and social experiences that can help them see meaningful benefits of the skills they are acquiring. Picturing the Project Approach will lead teachers every step of the way toward incorporating this teaching method in any toddler, preschool or elementary classroom. Teachers will learn how to:

  • Identify a topic
  • Decide on a project
  • Develop the project
  • Share the learning
  • Bring the project to a close
Sylvia C. Chard

Dr. Sylvia C. Chard is professor emerita of early childhood education at the University of Alberta, Canada. She has worked at the University of Alberta since 1989 where she was...

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Yvonne Kogan

Yvonne Kogan is cofounder and academic principal of the early childhood and elementary departments of Eton School in Mexico City. She is a consultant on the project approach for several...

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Carmen A. Castillo

For more than twenty years, Carmen A. Castillo has held several positions as a teacher and principal. Currently, she is an educational consultant and trainer for schools in Mexico and...

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