Each time a GCE course is taught, it’s subjected to the rigor, standards, and feedback of students, teachers, and community partners. Our summer professional development sessions are key to the iterative process that makes our courses innovative and relevant.
The process of improving and creating new integrated, project-based curriculum is extensive. It requires our teachers to collaborate and experience each course as if they were a student; taking each test, doing each action project, and even workshopping the policies and procedures for
, where students apply what they’ve learned in class in real-world contexts with our community partners.
Collaborative experiences accelerate insight and shared vision.
Drawing helps visualize ideas, making them clear, memorable and structured.
The team embarks on a City2Clasroom Field Experience. Practicing before executing.
One member of the team is responsible for navigation, making sure everyone arrives where and when expected.
Interacting with the community develops soft skills—respect, responsibility, and confidence.
Experimentation is a core component to the learning process. Jessica experiments with an alternative putting form.
Everyone in the group has a responsibility. Cecilia, the Scorekeeper taking her job very seriously.
Our practice staff FE was fun and reminded us the benefits of using the City as our Classroom.