From interviews with students and teachers about the learning activities they remember as being particularly enjoyable, the author has discovered that these activities share many common characteristics, which can be grouped into three categories: assignments that matter, activities that involve the researcher, and assessments that help by promoting growth and showing care.

Assignments that matter:

  1. Have clarity of purpose and expectations. This assures students that they are undertaking projects worth doing, not just

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