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Since 2014, Digital Promise has partnered with the Wake County Public School System and Carroll Magnet Middle School to use the Challenge Based Learning (CBL) framework to support the core tenants of the school and district and prepare students to be successful in school and beyond.
Equity and Equality are fertile Big Ideas because they have to be looked at through multiple lenses and across academic disciplines to be fully understood. These Big Ideas also are perfect for developing important challenges at a local or global level.
With the recent disaster of Hurricane Harvey devastating communities throughout the Gulf Coast of the United States, the challenge of "Help a community recover from a disaster." developed by the students of Ringwood North Primary provides a model for how schools can learn, reach out, and help.
Respect is a really Big Idea. The definition seems straightforward, yet it carries nuanced interpretations and corresponding actions depending on geography, culture, community, and generation. A deep discussion on respect is critical for understanding each other and improving relationships.