How to take authenticity up a notch in the classroom

10/7/2013 | Edutopia.org

Students connect with project-based learning when they know a real-world audience will view their work and give feedback, writes educational consultant Andrew Miller, who advocates in this blog post for more authenticity in the classroom. "When students are engaged in real-world problems, scenarios and challenges, they find relevance in the work and become engaged in learning important skills and content," Miller writes.

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