GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — This summer, the Van Andel Institute is offering a summer school solution that engages students in learning and saves teachers time. Their K-8 Project-based summer school provides project-based learning helping both the teacher and the student alike as it tackles more content in a shorter time frame. 

These project-based learning units provide students with experience in the following:

  • Sustained Inquiry
  • Intrinsic Engagement
  • Thoughtful Collaboration
  • Real-World Application
  • Iterative Thinking
  • Cross-Curricular Connections
  • Authentic Audiences 
  • Student Choice 

You can learn more about how PBL can help your classroom here.