Project Fusion connects teachers from America to other countries in the world to collaborate on the benefits of an applied based, project oriented learning system. This project originated from a desire to share the unique activities students are exposed to in schools across America. With exposure to interactive techniques, we as student have the ability to problem solve and take our learning beyond the classroom. By "mashing" together both learning systems, we hope to develop and deliver a curriculum strong enough so that our target countries as well as our own teachers in America will experience a mutual gain, bettering education for all.
Curriculum Development process with Tiana Kallenberger- experienced, multiple subject credentialed educator located in Tustin, California
The Rote Learning System utilizes memorization based learning techniques that are focused more towards preparing students for cumulative tests. By taking this system and introducing the benefits of interactive projects as well as emphasizing the validity of collaboration, collegiality, and leadership skills, the Bridging Horizons team hopes to create equitable learning opportunities worldwide. Take a look at our project research on the benefits, disadvantages, and possible alternatives of the Rote System down below:
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