Students at Pomfret engaged in one of twenty-seven interactive, project-based courses that overlapped various disciplines.
Ian Buckley took a course called "Mock Trial and Great Cases in American Legal History," which culminated in a trial, complete with jurors.
Sarah Youngman engaged in "Reading the Landscape of Pomfret," which challenged students to devise a narrative following the transformation of the 500-acre campus from a historical and ecological point of view. Students tackled this task by researching archived documents and conducting observations.
Campbell Connors participated in "Engineering a Better World: A Social History of the Technologies that Shaped Modern Civilization."
Project Pomfret was initiated two years ago. It is based on the principles of project-based learning and it revolves around the idea that students engage to the fullest when they can experience and solve real-world problems.
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