Recycling is ideal for project-based learning

01/23/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Challenging students to help their community increase its recycling is just the kind of project-based learning idea that resonates with students, writes education consultant Suzie Boss. That's because it addresses a real-world issue, one students can relate to and actually help solve, she writes in this blog post. Recycling and composting also are topics that can be addressed with projects suitable for the age and abilities of all students, she writes.

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