This episode is the fourth 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 talking with Roberto Gonzalez of the Rhode Island-based nonprofit STEAM Box. Roberto shares with us some inspiring stories that come out of the work that he does with Fuse Architect schools and other programs and gives us insight on his process that puts students at the center and grants them control of their learning.
Virtual Viewpoints: Roberto Gonzalez, STEAM Box
By FUSE ARCHITECT RI
December 1, 2015
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