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Study Reveals Benefits of Lean Fundamentals Program for High School Students

By | March 22nd, 2016|Categories: Case Study, Lean Fundamentals|Tags: , , , |

A recent cooperative study uncovers the value and effectiveness of the Lean Fundamentals Program in a collaborative high school setting. Lean Learning Center recently collaborated with Oakland University and the Clintondale Community School District to offer Clintondale High School students a six-week course on Lean methods which included an extensive project-based learning simulation. The goal of [...]

Part Three: Is Lean Curriculum Appropriate for the 21st Century High School?

By | February 3rd, 2016|Categories: Case Study, Lean Learning|Tags: , , , |

This is part three of our series about a collaboration between Lean Learning Center, Oakland University, and the Clintondale Community School District offering students in two elective classes at Clintondale High School a six-week (30 lessons) course on Lean methods that included an extensive project-based learning simulation. If you’d like to catch up on Part One [...]

Part Two: Is Lean Curriculum Appropriate for the 21st Century High School?

By | January 26th, 2016|Categories: Case Study|Tags: , , , , , |

This is part two of our series about a collaboration between Lean Learning Center, Oakland University, and the Clintondale Community School District offering students in two elective classes at Clintondale High School a six-week (30 lessons) course on Lean methods that included an extensive project-based learning simulation. If you’d like to catch up on Part One [...]

Part One: Is Lean Curriculum Appropriate for the 21st Century High School?

By | January 21st, 2016|Categories: Case Study, Lean Learning|Tags: , , , |

Lean Learning Center recently participated in a collaboration with Oakland University and the Clintondale Community School District offering students in two elective classes at Clintondale High School a six-week (30 lessons) course on Lean methods that included an extensive project-based learning simulation. This program set out to prove that lean can provide high school students with [...]