Our Project Based Learning (PBL) Program
Roosevelt students are challenged and engaged in an award-winning Project Based Learning curriculum that helps them develop skills for living in a knowledge-based, highly technological society. Our supportive community of teachers, staff, and parents ensures that students are successful in all aspects of their learning. Roosevelt School’s growing accomplishments are evident in the students' comprehension and understanding of topics, the innovative projects that students lead and produce each year, and its award-winning reading program and curriculum.
In a Project-Based Learning classroom, students are challenged to work cooperatively, think critically, and present their work in front of an audience. A variety of strategies are used to engage students and encourage their participation in a rigorous curriculum. Roosevelt School is the only school in the Redwood City School District that utilizes a project-based learning curriculum in all grade levels.
- What grades at Roosevelt use Project Based Learning?
- Is Project Based Learning the same as Problem Based Learning?
- How is teacher instruction different in a PBL class?
- What is a PBL class like?
- Does PBL mean that my child will be bringing home projects as homework?
- What is the advantage of PBL over a traditional classroom setting?