Following Children's Lead with the Project Approach
Use the Project Approach to capture and extend children's love of learning. Find out what this preschool class learned through a deep dive investigation of rocks.
Celebrating the Whole Child:
Educators play a vital role in designing environments, interactions, and experiences that will support holistic learning. Envisioning the child as a whole, curious, creative, and capable individual is vital to this approach.
Investigating ways to foster creativity, set up stimulating environments, and encourage creative thinking in young children.
The Project Approach and STEM:
Two well-known approaches, project-based learning and STEM-based learning, hold to the common philosophy that children learn best when engaged in authentic and relevant activities. While they both have value on their own, when combined…
The Project Approach to Teaching and Learning
The Project Approach presents many opportunities for young children’s creativity to be encouraged and for their learning needs to be met. This article gives an overview of this hands-on approach to learning, from a leading authority on the…
Project Work and Nature
Projects that investigate nature build relationships between children and the natural world, support problem solving, and foster creative thinking skills. You’ll find tips for selecting nature topics and examples of nature investigations…