Student Reflection on 1st Ever Student-Created AP Course

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Student Reflection on 1st Ever Student-Created AP Course

I have been tracking the progress of the first-ever student-designed and accredited Advanced Placement course. The two author-students, Anya Smith and Emy Schaeffer at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School in Atlanta, have finished the course for the year, and here is Anya’s video reflection.  I have asked these two student-scholar-pioneers to video in to several summer teacher institutes I am running in June and July so we can get a their voices in the discussion of what student-owned, student-centric learning can really look like.

 

By | 2016-05-26T14:04:05+00:00 May 26th, 2016|Design Thinking, Innovation in Education|3 Comments

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