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Center for Student Work | Expeditionary Learning

Center for Student Work | Expeditionary Learning

Models of Excellence | The Center for High-Quality Student Work

Models of Excellence | The Center for High-Quality Student Work

Discovering the Genesee was created by third grade students from the Genesee Community Charter School in Rochester, New York, as part of a Learning Expedition on local history. It is an example of a natural and cultural field guide that was in part created to fill an existing gap in the resources available to students about the early history of Rochester.

Discovering the Genesee was created by third grade students from the Genesee Community Charter School in Rochester, New York, as part of a Learning Expedition on local history. It is an example of a natural and cultural field guide that was in part created to fill an existing gap in the resources available to students about the early history of Rochester.

Ron Berger, Chief Program Officer of the Expeditionary Learning schools, opens his portfolio of student work to demonstrate the immediate and longterm benefits of deeper learning.

Deeper Learning: Highlighting Student Work

Ron Berger, Chief Program Officer of the Expeditionary Learning schools, opens his portfolio of student work to demonstrate the immediate and longterm benefits of deeper learning.

You Grotto Go To Hemlock Gorge | Expeditionary Learning

You Grotto Go To Hemlock Gorge | Expeditionary Learning

Models of Excellence | The Center for High-Quality Student Work

Models of Excellence | The Center for High-Quality Student Work

Models of Excellence | The Center for High-Quality Student Work

Models of Excellence | The Center for High-Quality Student Work

Second grade students at Conservatory Lab Charter School created this book during an in-depth study on snakes.  During this exhibition, the students cared for Lily, an albino corn snake, in their classroom. This opportunity allowed students to study a live snake, and for the students to conquer any fear they might have of snakes. Also, as part of their research for this project, the students visited the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology to conduct fieldwork.

Second grade students at Conservatory Lab Charter School created this book during an in-depth study on snakes. During this exhibition, the students cared for Lily, an albino corn snake, in their classroom. This opportunity allowed students to study a live snake, and for the students to conquer any fear they might have of snakes. Also, as part of their research for this project, the students visited the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology to conduct fieldwork.

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