Purdue Agile Strategy Lab | Teaching high school students the deep skills of collaboration
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Teaching high school students the deep skills of collaboration

Teaching high school students the deep skills of collaboration

Over the last few week’s we’ve worked with two high schools: Applied Technical High School in, Bergen County, NJ and the Purdue Polytechnic High School in Indianapolis.

In both cases, faculty members are using Strategic Doing to develop innovative programming. Both schools are also beginning to consider how we can move the discipline into the curriculum. It is not enough to simply TELL students to collaborate and work in teams, Instead, we can use Strategic Doing to actually TEACH them the deep skills of collaboration.

Needless to say, we are so excited about these new partnerships!

 

Ed Morrison
edmorrison@purdue.edu
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