This episode is the fifth in our series documenting the Fuse Architect Project, a collaboration between the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the Highlander Institute, and several other Rhode Island-based stakeholders endeavoring to design and pilot systems that promote student centered learning. In this episode, we’re excited to talk with Emily Zilly, science teacher at Rodgers High School in Newport, Rhode Island, and four of her students who are participating in some student-centered learning models. We also talk about their work for the upcoming science fair, an example of a project-based, student-directed learning experience benefitting from the Fuse Architect influence.
Virtual Viewpoints Podcast: Emily Zilly and Students, Rogers High School
By FUSE ARCHITECT RI
August 13, 2015
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