While people along the East Coast continue to recover from the damage inflicted by what was Superstorm Sandy, the writer of this article suggests schools use Challenge-Based Learning to teach students how to help fellow citizens who need assistance. The teaching method allows students to identify a problem and potential solutions and execute their ideas. Projects focused on this week's weather disaster can present opportunities to teach students about leadership, good citizenship, communication and more, James Marshall Crotty writes.
Can superstorm offer valuable classroom lessons?
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