Learning by Doing

Learning by Doing This site showcases innovative student work at St. Paul's Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama. Pictures, videos, and links all reveal a creative lens on literature, theater, and film studies. Users will find student projects and papers that illustrate the phrase "learning by doing."
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Learning by Doing


This site showcases innovative student work at St. Paul's Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama. Pictures, videos, and links all reveal a creative lens on literature, theater, and film studies. Users will find student projects and papers that illustrate the phrase "learning by doing." Visit the links to see what students can accomplish in a digital classroom.

St. Paul's Episcopal School, Mobile, Alabama

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