Creative Opportunities in The Classroom


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In the classrooms at Panther Creek, students are often asked to present what they have learned in essays or by completing worksheets to receive a grade. This is the most common class structure throughout Wake County and most western public schools. Often, students can do well with this model however students who are more artistically inclined may struggle to benefit from these styles of learning as it is naturally easier for them to present information in different and more creative ways.

A way to go around this problem would be more inclusive classroom models. These more artistic students tend to enjoy class more when they have the option to present their work and understanding through graphics or more personalized forms of presentation. If teachers implemented a more project based style of learning, all students could benefit by being able to show what they have learned in ways that are more passionate for them.

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