SDIL partners with schools and districts to develop customized, replicable instructional methods that work.
SDIL faculty are teachers who have one or more years of implementing Transdiciplinary Problem-Based Learning (TPBL) in the classroom. The majority of the SDIL faculty have also mentored other teachers through the process of developing and implementing TPBL projects.
SDIL Hybrid Instruction Models
SDIL faculty support your school and provide learning opportunities tailored for your students. We offer three models:
Direct Instruction – Faculty work in partnership with teachers from your school.
Synchronous Virtual Instruction – Faculty work in partnership with teachers from your school.
Asynchronous Instructed Courses – Do not require facilitators or partnering teachers.
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