Bringing in authentic opportunities for students to design their own learning paths, to engage more in learning while developing essential SEL skills that will best prepare them for the future, is important.
On her blog, educator and author Rachelle Denè Poth shares how authentic PBL, meaning that focused on student-centered learning and empowering students to develop their skills in many areas including critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, time management, and leadership skills, can be achieved by using Tract.
And, while providing something for each student that meets their interest can be a challenge, educators can use Tract to empower every student to find something they can do independently to spark their unique interests and skill level.
Providing something for each student that meets their interest can be a challenge, but with Tract, all students can find something they can do independently for their unique interests and skill level.
-Rachelle Denè Poth