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Transcript of STUDIO SCHOOL
What are Studio Schools ?
Studio School is a new concept of education where students are taught skills and knowledge with a more bold approach to learning. Students work with projects in businesses in a real work environment. These skills are taught to enable students to flourish and succeed later in life.
How they learn at Studio School?
LEARN BY DOING
What Studio Schools comprise of...
A small school with 300 students
How Studio Schools operate...
How Studio Schools came about?
Teenagers were showing signs of boredom and were dropping out from school.
Employers were complaining that students were not ready to enter the work force.
A school that is designed for teenagers between 14 to 19 years of age.
Studio school has a curriculum that consists of practical projects
School hours are timetabled like work or business hours.
Achieving existing academic qualification with a route to university.
LEARN IN TEAMS
LEARN BY DOING THINGS FOR REAL
Through public funding in a public system but independently run.
By Magdalene Lim
Student ID: 17287094
EDC101: Living and Learning in a Digital World
Studio School Trust. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.studioschoolstrust.org/what-studio-school
TED Talks. (Sept, 2011). Geoff Mulgan: A short intro to the Studio School [Video file]. Retrieved from
They realised that children, especially teenagers learn best by...
Young people loved it!
Students showed great improvement in their academic results.
"WORK BY LEARNING, LEARN BY WORKING"