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Passion Projects, encourage individuals to ask questions, pursue personal interests, research, and CREATE something to showcase their new knowledge. You can also refer to passion projects as Genius Hour, which is based on a business practice developed by Google, where they encouraged their employees
Grt some great ideas for using Passion Projects during Genius Hour in your elementary classroom for students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade.
RaeKel H. saved to Teaching the bigs
Help students find their purpose and inspiration to become dedicated learners through Passion Projects or Genius Hour. Includes step by step tips for your classroom or homeschool.
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Anne White saved to Technology
This was something we had been wanting to do for a while and we felt the kids were familiar enough with the inquiry process to go ahead and give it a whirl. Our Science inquiry wound up in November...
Looking for a fun, engaging project to do with your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade students? Check out this variation on genius hour - passion projects! Read how a real 5th grade teacher integrates passion projects into her classroom. This activity allows for more student choice and helps students take ownership of their own learning. Learn how to introduce passion projects, help students choose a topic, and how to set up presentations. This makes a great end of year project for upper…
Haven’t found your purpose in life yet? Read about how passion projects will help you find the things that will make you excited to get out of bed in the morning for the rest of your life. Okay Maud…
Lisa nelson saved to emotions
As teachers, we often feel like in order to get kids learning, we need to be driving the work of learning. Passion projects will prove you wrong. When students complete passion projects, they pick the standards they will target. Students design the project. Students decide how they will be graded and design the rubrics, and students—most importantly—do the real work of learning. This spring, I dove into the world of passion projects with my students as part of our independent reading…
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