How to include structure for students' passion projects
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Passion-based learning -- which can help motivate students to learn because they choose their own topics -- still requires structure from teachers, says education innovation specialist and former teacher Andi McNair, who offers a guide using P's: passion, pitch, plan, project, product and presentation. Another approach is offered by former teacher Laura Randazzo, who says teachers can serve as models by doing their own project along with students.

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