Harvard Graduate School of Education and Expeditionary Learning Launch Largest Online Library of Exemplary K-12 Student Work

I received an email from Education Dive that the Harvard Graduate School of Education has joined forces with nonprofit Expeditionary Learning to develop the world’s largest online database of outstanding K12 student work. The work shows what the standards look like in action by providing models of quality student work for K12 educators.

According to Education Dive,

The Center for Student Work aims to raise the bar on student achievement by giving educators clear examples of stellar projects and work in subjects such as English, math, science and technology, visual arts, health and wellness, performing arts, social studies, and world languages. The site’s videos, writing samples, and tools can be used to help teachers create their own projects, as well as probe deeper questions, master rubrics, and get an overall better understanding of what is possible, according to a press release.

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