Paideia learning method allows students to drive lessons

03/1/2010 | Voice of San Diego

Educators at a K-12 magnet school in Clairemont, Calif., are using the Paideia curriculum, a method that emphasizes critical-thinking skills and allows students to drive classroom discussions and work on individualized projects. The once-struggling John Muir School adopted the approach three years ago, has seen a dramatic boost in achievement and was designated as a "distinguished school" this past year by the state.

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