AccessEd
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Projects Workshop
Projects Workshop
Projects Workshop

Let’s break the mold! Because let’s be honest, was it really working that well in the first place?

Let’s break the mold! Because let’s be honest, was it really working that well in the first place?

Let’s break the mold! Because let’s be honest, was it really working that well in the first place?

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If you bring the elbow grease, we’ll take care of the rest!

From bugs to Beethoven, geometry to gravity, the scope of our project workshops are limited only by our own creativity. AccessEd’s 4-6 week project workshops are aimed to supplement your student’s learning and give them an opportunity to tangibly apply what they are learning in school.

Without the stresses of standards and tests, our workshops provide a fun, hands-on way to get students re-engaged in their learning and develop critical collaboration and technical skills they can carry with them for years to come. These workshops are geared for small groups of student (3-6) of similar ages/grades.

Check out a few of our sample projects below and send us a message for more information and pricing!

From bugs to Beethoven, geometry to gravity, the scope of our project workshops are limited only by our own creativity. AccessEd’s 4-6 week project workshops are aimed to supplement your student’s learning and give them an opportunity to tangibly apply what they are learning in school.

Without the stresses of standards and tests, our workshops provide a fun, hands-on way to get students re-engaged in their learning and develop critical collaboration and technical skills they can carry with them for years to come. These workshops are geared for small groups of student (3-6) of similar ages/grades.

Check out a few of our sample projects below and send us a message for more information and pricing!

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All Subjects

This is the chance for students to explore a topic they have always been interest in but perhaps never found the time. In this structured exploration, students learn imperative project planning and time management skills while taking charge of their learning.

This is the chance for students to explore a topic they have always been interest in but perhaps never found the time. In this structured exploration, students learn imperative project planning and time management skills while taking charge of their learning.

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The Bug Hotel - Biology / Math

Students learn about ecosystems, habitats, and various types of bugs in order to design and build a bug hotel tailored to the bugs they find in their local greenspace. Students will also learn about common handtools as well as construction safety and techniques.

Students learn about ecosystems, habitats, and various types of bugs in order to design and build a bug hotel tailored to the bugs they find in their local greenspace. Students will also learn about common handtools as well as construction safety and techniques.

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A Utopian Nightmare - Humanities

After comparing and contrasting different government structures, students design their own utopian government. They then write and produce a short story and art piece about how easily a peaceful utopia can turn into a dreadful dystopia.

After comparing and contrasting different government structures, students design their own utopian government. They then write and produce a short story and art piece about how easily a peaceful utopia can turn into a dreadful dystopia.

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Friend or Foe? Germs - Science

Students study the difference between germs and viruses, and our history with each. They will then grow their own bacterial cultures and develop their own experiments to test the effectiveness of various cleaning solutions and protocols.

Students study the difference between germs and viruses, and our history with each. They will then grow their own bacterial cultures and develop their own experiments to test the effectiveness of various cleaning solutions and protocols.

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Service Projects

Is your student interested in giving back to the community but not where sure to start? AccessEd can help your student brainstorm, organize, plan and execute a service project that gives back to their community and hopefully inspires others to do the same.

From fundraising through a community fun-run, or building a play structure for a local park, the possibilities are truly endless. Build student’s confidence and purpose as they learn critical project management skills.

Is your student interested in giving back to the community but not where sure to start? AccessEd can help your student brainstorm, organize, plan and execute a service project that gives back to their community and hopefully inspires others to do the same.

From fundraising through a community fun-run, or building a play structure for a local park, the possibilities are truly endless. Build student’s confidence and purpose as they learn critical project management skills.

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Ready for something new? Contact us!

Send us a message and let’s work together to customize a plan and price!

Send us a message and let’s work together to customize a plan and price!

: (503) 381-9040

: info@accessednw.com

: Vancouver, Washington

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