A case for Project-Based Learning for every child
At Hudson Lab School, we've thought a lot about what kind of children would best be served by project-based learning. Is it the quick or slow learners who don't learn at the average class rate? Is it the visual learners, the auditory learners or the tactical learners? Or does project-based learning best suit athletes, artists or perfectionists?
Call us biased, but at Hudson Lab School, we believe that project-based learning optimizes learning for nearly every kind of child because students learn through their own interests. They learn how to take initiative and responsibility, build their confidence, solve problems, work in teams, communicate ideas, and manage themselves more effectively all through project-based learning.
See if you can identify characteristics of your own child below and learn how project-based learning directly benefits his or her learning.