These podcasts share the story of being a student at Green School, through the eyes of the students. There is an inherent focus on project based learning in this show, and we try hard to allow student voices (however controversial) to preside and be published. Sit back and enjoy these stories!
These are the first discussions from our new LEAP Jr. 2.0 crew. These Middle School students are building some awesome things: Bike Racks for the school's bikes and tree houses for introverts. Here is their story:
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Daisy, one of our LEAP 4.0 students, has always been interested in the game thematics that are played in Green School, but as a High School student never got to engage in one. So she created one. Here is her reflection on the process.
The LEAP 4.0 crew did something unique (as always) and decided instead to prepare a class for the other students. They are soon to deliver that course, a pirate role playing game full of science and fun. Here is Antonin sharing his ideas.
The LEAP students all do reflections throughout their experience, and we enjoy sharing the summative experience they have had. Here is Helen, one of our students, sharing her learning experience to Mauricio, a LEAP facilitator.
This was a final assignment for the blockchain class at Green School. Each student shared something personal about the blockchain, and Fynn decided to do his on his adventures in mining cryptocurrencies on his computer.
This episode of the LEAP crew discusses their past three weeks of learning. They have taken on the building a a gamified Science class as a project for the next block. Here, you hear Antonin, Daisy, Helen, and Yasmin discussing their learning journey to date.
We have been preparing for an adventure out to Gili Gede to live off grid for a 5 weeks now... so what is the feeling from the group about the process so far? Let's hear from the students themselves about how it is going.
Here is the second LEAP podcast for this crew. Here they are talking about their experience learning about learning in LEAP. They discuss mostly their feelings about the program, but much else has been going on!