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In the spring of 2016, 7th grade students at the Windward School in Los Angeles were challenged to measurably and sustainably advance, engineer, or positively impact the lives of those affected with non-infectious diseases in your community. This is one of their solutions.
Created by Apple Distinguished Educators the One Best Thing collection of multi-touch books highlights the use of technology to transform teaching and learning. Two of the books focus on Challenge Based Learning (CBL). Written by participants in the Pilot and Implementation studies the books are excellent resources for CBL implementation.
Aitken Creek Primary School students are encouraged to explore their world through the Challenge Based Learning framework to become thinking, informed, resilient and self-directed learners who aspire to be the best they can be and contribute actively to their community.