Welcome to Knowledge In Action! The Knowledge in Action Project collaborative has been focused on designing, implementing, and conducting research on project-based learning courses that achieve the standards of traditional Advanced Placement courses and add value for learning, engagement, and identity for diverse groups of students.
The project began in 2007 in a suburban district in Washington State. By 2013 our courses had been implemented in urban schools in Washington, California, and Iowa. Founded on the concept of “anchored collaboration” the project seeks to involve students and teachers from diverse backgrounds working with an interdisciplinary research team in a collaborative problem-solving team environment.
Learn more about our work via the navigation links above. Or you can request more information from our team via this link. Thanks very much!
If you are interested in learning more about using the Knowledge in Action Project curriculum in your classroom, visit lucasedresearch.org and contact Jordan Brinkman at firstname.lastname@example.org.