This student-focused course is based on the idea that we all learn differently.
During this course, students will:
- Learn about their own learning.
- Learn to lead the way as they define success for themselves in school, extra-curricular activities, or at home with family and friends.
- See how older students have learned how they learn best.
- Talk to other students from all around the country who are figuring all of this out for themselves, too.
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