Watch 2nd graders design and build a new playground based on simple machines, and 4th graders as they create their "Dream Cars."
Learn about Drew's engaging and fun approach to helping all students meet standards in literacy and math.
Drew Charter School's 4th graders produced a rap in response to the question "Who Has the Power?" Teachers explain how the 9-week Project Based Learning unit integrated standards and content across Social Studies, Math, Language Arts, and more.
Students, parents, and members of the community have filled Drew Charter School for Project Based Learning night. Watch students and parents discuss their experiences and impressions of Drew.
Watch Mr. Turnbow's class practice their latest xylophone tune.
Watch how Ms. Diona Williams works with students on simple and compound sentences, coaches students on presentation skills, and encourages their questions about grammar.
Drew teacher Natasha Jenkins-Jones explains how 3rd graders studied thermal energy and persuasive writing through the lens of Atlanta’s recent “Snowpocalypse.”
These Drew 2nd graders are reinforcing their conceptual understanding of numbers by matching the number to a visual of its place value representation. Like many Drew activities, they are working in groups to practice their vocabulary together and to learn how to work collaboratively.
Just one week into the school year, STEAM is already in full swing at Drew. Watch Drew teacher Mr. Garner reinforce the ABCs with Drew Kindergarten students, integrating fun and music into the lesson.
At the end of the 2014-2015 school year, several Drew students reflected on their experiences with Project-Based Learning.