Here are some quick facts about how we educate.
Resource Link provides classrooms, technology, and teacher assistance in completing assignments through a weekly contract.
The most successful students at Resource Link often have strong parental support.
Students are required to meet with their teacher a minimum of one hour a week.
At the elementary level parents are considered learning coaches who work directly with their child and the teacher.
At the middle and high school levels students must be willing to learn independently through traditional textbooks, project based, and online learning.
Students have voice and choice in creating their weekly assignment contract.
We are not credit recovery, an exclusively online school, or an easier or quicker path to graduation.
Resource Link Charter School is overseen by a board of individuals from the community and the school district.
Resource Link employs highly qualified teachers who follow rigorous content standards.
Project Based Learning
What does project based learning contain?
- An essential question
- A timeline of tasks
- Keeping an end product in mind
- Personal importance
- Involving an expert in the field of study
- Alignment to content standards
- Collaborative effort
- Community involvement
- Innovation and creativity
- Thinking outside of the box
Common Core aligned
Resource Link aligns their curriculum and project based learning experiences to common core content standards.