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Multi-sensory learning is an important component of what we do at Pathways.  Studies are designed to incorporate many learning styles, and hands- on learning is a big part of what we do.  Whether it is designing a mud oven, developing a power point, conducting stream studies or swinging a hammer, hands-on projects  enable students to learn new skills, solve problems and address issues important to them in their communities and the world. During project times students work with team members of various ages and backgrounds, and exposure to outside volunteers and organizations helps to develop a broader base of knowledge, awareness, and career interests.   Important skills in today’s workforce are the abilities to take initiative, think critically, solve problems, work collaboratively with others, and communicate effectively. Interdisciplinary project-based learning allows students to develop those skills.
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