Below you can explore the new approaches to teaching and learning that are emerging in Winooski and Burlington schools. These activities are proof points of student-centered learning as well as seeds from which sustainable, system-wide change can grow.
Winooski middle and high school students have a new option for individualized learning: the iLab. Think It, Learn It, Make It, Share It!
School Innovation Seminar
School Innovation Seminar gives BHS students the opportunity to envision and participate in the school change process.
Playwriting in the Community
Burlington and Winooski students participate in workshops with local playwrights and write their own 10-minute plays.
Energy Efficiency Challenge
BHS physics students use design thinking to solve a real problem in their community: energy efficiency in Burlington homes.
Getting Real About Race
BHS 9th graders engage in challenging conversations about race and equity with community partners in community spaces.
Imagine A School System Designed For All Learners
More than 160 people gather at Winooski Middle/High School to imagine a school system designed for all learners on November 2, 2013.
- Mayor's Youth Advisory Council
- Maple Syrup at BHS
- Math of Money
- Shakespeare As Community Builder
- Proficiency-Based Learning in the Classroom
- Design Thinking in Education
- Technology Use in Chemistry
- Student-Led Conferences
- Barcoding Burlington Project
- Fork in the Road
- Vermont Teacher Internship Program
- Shades of Ebony: Universal Design
- Winooski School-Community Tutoring Program
- ONTOP Survivor Challenge
- Family-School Communication Study
- Fostering Relationships in Winooski
- WMHS Online Writing Guide
- Eagle Rock Work Retreat
- Champlain Valley Food History
- School Development Institute
- Year End Studies (YES)
- Making a Change Community Night
- Winooski Learning Walks
- Family-Friendly Progress Report
- VYCC Food and Farm Program
- Student-Centered Road Trip
- Mayor's Week in School
- NYC Educational Innovation Tour