My answer to these questions is similar…

My answer to these questions is similar to the previous question on elementary schools. Analyzing whether an CBL fits with a school is a lengthy process that requires all stakeholders including teachers, administrators, and students. Our school looked closely at the main competencies that we wanted to build in students and then carefully chose a system comparing over 15 key functionalities. Here is a link to the document that was compiled with the help of all major stakeholders: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jvIQIkpGHKTxewy1pueYtEg-d9JzKC8boYjkgv3q3DQ/edit?usp=sharing. Evaluating CBL platforms using short videos and articles is good to round up an initial list. However, in my opinion, a school should undergo the painstaking process of evaluating the most promising platforms by demoing them with teachers, students, and administrators. Any of the aforementioned platforms could work for a high school, it ultimately depends on which high school we are talking about.

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