Place-Based Education: Learning to Be Where We Are

This powerful article makes the connection between students' experience of their environment, the need for real-world problem solving, and the ways in which student internships in their communities lead to positive outcomes for the students and the community.

Author: Greg Smith

Year: 2002

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Reference:
Smith G. (2002). Place-based education: Learning to be where we are. Phi Delta Kappan, 83, no. 8, 584-594.


Tags for this entry:
environment, problem-solving, internships

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