Explore Willow at our Fall Showcase, open to the public! At the showcase, students and teachers will demonstrate how project-based learning inspires and motivates our students, from preschool to eighth grade and beyond.
Project-based learning connects what students study to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge. By focusing on a meaningful project, as opposed to a single subject or lesson, students develop deep knowledge in a memorable context. They are empowered to use skills from across their educational experience, becoming creative problem-solvers that find their own solutions to the challenges they encounter.
As they work on these projects, Willow students experience the joy of learning, discovering, and creating. They develop a passion for learning more. Willow students become motivated, self-directed learners, a strong foundation for the challenges of high school, college, and the rest of their lives.
Join us on November 29 at 5:30pm to learn more about our students’ current projects, including a Pond Study, Greek Mythology, a Museum Exhibit challenge, and a special Service Learning project.
Register at tinyurl.com/willowshowcase, or call Willow’s Admissions Director, Sally Zeiner, at (908) 470-9500 for more information.