Teacher: Don't be scared off by large-scale projects

04/19/2013 | TransformED

Teachers considering a large-scale project for their students should avoid feeling overwhelmed by the task and start by preparing over the summer, suggests teacher Noah Zeichner. In this blog post, he details the steps and work behind the first annual Water Ecology & Sustainability Team Project. Zeichner, a social studies teacher, writes about the benefits of his own hybrid role, in which a portion of his time at school was devoted to work outside of the classroom -- affording more time to create a successful project.

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