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This past May she graduated with a dual major in Aerospace Engineering and Physics. This week she begins graduate school as a PhD candidate in Aerospace Engineering. During some of our conversations, I have to ask for further explanations, definitions and examples. How did this happen?
One of the most frequent questions parents ask us at OTA is about what classes your child should take during high school to be prepared and/or gain acceptance to college. Honestly, this is the hardest question to answer as every college expects different things and every state has different requirements.
Project based learning is an educational approach in which students actively explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper knowledge. Because of this, Project Based Learning prepares students for academic, personal and career success and readies young people to rise to the challenges of their lives and the world they will inherit.