Meal time is a great opportunity for parents to have meaningful discussions with their children, allowing them to gain insight into the children’s personal and academic lives. This article from Cool Mom Picks provides five easy tips to encourage answers other than, “Yes,” “No,” “Uh-huh,” and “I don’t remember.”
Both Cedars International Academy and Cedars International Next Generation High School implement Project Based Learning to engage students and empower them with deeper, personalized classroom experiences. Internationally recognized educator Greg Whitby (from Parramatta, Australia) has taken notice of our pedagogical model and highlighted it in his blog, Bluyonder. You can […]
Cedars International Next Generation High School is a 100% Project Based Learning campus, and all projects are created by the teachers to meet the needs of their students. In her latest EduBlog entry, Dr. Trinidad explains the method and work that goes into building a project. Click here to find […]
Physics and Math teacher Dr. Janice Trinidad is chronicling the week-by-week awesomeness of Cedars International Next Generation High School in her EduBlog, PBLife. To read a great summary of the first week of the 2016-2017 school year, just click here!