The Global, Innovative, Strategic, Transformative (GIST) Schools model is grounded in research-based and evidence-based practices. Below are some of the studies that support the various elements of the GIST Schools model.

Project-Based Learning

The Benefits of PB

Implications for educational practice of the science of learning and development, Linda Darling Hammond, Lisa Flook, Channa Cook-Harvey, Brigid Barron & David Osher, pages 97-140, published online 17 Feb 2019

Rigorous Project-based learning is an effective lever for Student Success

Successful STEM Education

Books - STEM and Project-based Learning

Deeper Learning: Beyond 21st Century Skills
Design Make Play: Growing The Next Generation of STEM Innovators

Case Studies
The OSPRi Study
The S3 Study

Project-based Learning and Equity

Rigorous Project-based Learning is a Powerful Lever for Improving Equity Equity

Learning Through Performance Project-Based Learning as a Lever for Engaging the Next-Generation Science Standards, January 2021

Why Social and Emotional Learning is Essential to Project-Based Learning

A Case Study of an Inclusive STEM-focused High School

Developing Global Citizens

Developing a Global Perspective for Personal and Social Responsibility

Guilianotti, R and Robertson, R., Glocalization, Globalization and Migration, 1995. International Sociology 21 (2): 171-198, March 2006

Equity and Relationships

Elizabeth B. Kozleski (2020) Disrupting What Passes as Inclusive Education: Predicating Educational Equity on Schools Designed for All, The Educational Forum, 84:4, 340-355, DOI: 10.1080/00131725.2020.1801047

Teacher-Student Relationships Matter

A longitudinal study of 400 Chicago elementary schools shows the central role of relational trust in building effective education communities.

Sparks, D. (2006). Leading for Results: Transforming Teaching, Learning, and Relationships in Schools. Corwin Press

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