For example, if a unit was to study Ancient Greece, English class would read writers and texts. Religion class would study religious practices. Art class would learn about columns and the different architectures made famous. Simultaneously, gym class might be hosting a mini-Olympics.
“Ultimately, it’s not about us imparting information to the kids. It is about us hopefully imparting knowledge and giving them the ability to make their own inquiries into things in their future and understanding the process,” says Layton.