“Student Work” that is high-quality exhibits three key attributes: It must be complex, it must demonstrate craftsmanship, and it must be authentic — meaning that it demonstrates original thinking and voice and is often meaningful to a community beyond the school.
Resources with this tag help educators to use models of student work to raise questions, provoke thinking, and inspire excellence.
Inspiring Student Achievement in 3 Dimensions - Case Study: Hollis Innovation Academy
Project Formats: Electronic Formats
Part of a series on different types of project formats.
Creating a Kiosk from Black Foam Board
Instructions and materials list for using black foam board to display student work.
Design Principles Posters
A series of posters featuring EL Education's design principles