— Shanon Greenfield, a teacher at The Blue School, where students chose their own curriculum and figure out how to learn it by “set[ting] goals: Pick an aquarium, figure out how to get there, plan what to do while there and afterward. By mid-January, they were pondering transportation options: school bus (free) or ferry (one student thought it was most direct). They set a deadline for the trip, and in February visited the New York Aquarium in Coney Island — by bus.”
"The end goal is not facts about sharks. The end goal is the process."