Experiential Pathways to a Sustainable Future
Watch the video to hear from Telstar's Principal, Mark Kenney, and click HERE to learn more.
Telstar's question: How might we develop an experiential pathway that connects our local economy, environment, and culture to challenges of past, present, and future sustainability so that students contribute in real time as active citizens exploring place-based career paths?
Their pilot: The Local Ecology and Aspirations Pathway (LEAP) is a series of interactive, problem-based and process-oriented courses and learning experiences designed in partnership with community businesses, organizations and local leaders.
MDOE's RREV pilots are meant to inspire educators around the state to think boldly. Is there an idea from Telstar that you'd be excited to discuss with your educator colleagues? Share this newsletter with them!