N.C. academy plans shift to problem-based learning for middle grades

06/4/2013 | Sampson Independent (Clinton, N.C.), The

A Christian academy in North Carolina is planning a curriculum overhaul for all grades. Current plans call for new reading programs to be introduced for students in kindergarten through fifth grade, while more critical-thinking lessons are planned for high-school students. For middle-school students, plans call for more of a focus on problem-based learning and on connecting classroom lessons to real-life situations.

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