21st Century Project-Based Learning

I created the Bootstrapping Checklist as an entrepreneurial program for teens in the form of cyclical guided inquiry and because it is deeply simple and non-proprietary, it is immensely scalable.

Fundamentally, the Bootstrapping Checklist relies more on a cyclical philosophy of engaging with our world – this I borrowed from First Nations holistic ideals of sustainability, and also from Eastern philosophy (Buddhism primarily, and the Japanese concept of Kaizen, or continuous improvement).

There is also change management theory and social engineering mixed with business concepts, in the form of fully interdisciplinary project-based learning – which the kids love because they are practicing real business culture in a sustainable ‘service learning’ and socially innovative context – school is now ‘real’ for them.

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