Student Exhibitions

We learn by doing.

Act of Learning

In the act of learning, the students obtain content knowledge, acquire skills, develop work habits and practice the application of real world situations. Project – based learning and assessment represent a set of strategies for the acquisition and application of knowledge, skills, and work ethic through the performance of meaningful tasks.

Content Knowledge

Students develop deep knowledge of theory, principles, facts, and concepts of the content through project-based learning. Through creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills are strengthened in the context of doing real world and authentic meaningful projects.

Performance Tasks

Performance tasks build on earlier content knowledge, process skills, and work habits and are strategically placed in the project to enhance learning as the student “pulls it all together.” Such performance tasks are not “add-ons” at the end of instruction. They are both an integral part of the learning and an opportunity to assess the quality of student performance. When the goal of teaching and learning is knowing and using, the performance-based projects emerge.

Presentation of Learning

The students present their content knowledge through exhibitions to the community, industry partners, families, school partners, corporations, organizations, and other schools four times a year. The visitors assess the student’s content knowledge by asking questions, scoring their presentation, analyzing their final product, and identifying 21st-century skills. Presentation of learning is the students main Performance Assessment for their project.

Process Skills

Higher-order thinking or process skills can come from various disciplines, such as writing or analyzing text in language arts or math computation and problem-solving skills. Other process skills cut across subject area lines that allow students to have a deeper understanding of the content through project-based learning. 

Work Habit

Leadership, initiative, time management, individual responsibility, honesty, persistence, interpersonal skills, appreciation of diversity, problem-solving, and working cooperatively with others are examples of work habits necessary for an individual to be successful in life. When students take ownership of their own learning their confidence soars which has a positive ripple effect on their grades, attendance, engagement in school and obtaining a career.

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