Project-based learning is the most authentic way to learn. Whether you call it “hands-on learning”, “experiential learning”, or “learning by doing”, it’s one of the most effective methods for knowledge retention, according to a study conducted at Purdue University. When done properly, it teaches students important skills like critical thinking and creative problem-solving. Read more…
Last week, we welcomed the newest cohort of students to join the Sora Schools community!
A student at Sora talks about his experience in school and his algae project!
This week, our student Hannah launched a rocket she built from scratch–all to help her learn physics, trigonometry, and chemistry.
One of our students talks about her experience at Sora and the community in the school.
One of our students talks about his experience at Sora and how his projects tie into his interests.
One of our students talks about his experience at Sora and the projects he’s working on at school right now.
This past week, students completed their very first project: the Orientation Project. Our program is an inquiry-based learning environment. Students choose what they want to learn, and our educators focus on scaffolding projects around those interests and guiding them towards completion and mastery. Every project is first outlined with a Read more…