In Signature Work, students pursue an individual project related to a significant issue, problem, or question they define for themselves—immersing themselves in exploration, applying what they learn to real-world situations, and preparing to explain the significance of their work to others. Called “Signature Work” to reflect the high level of personalization and individual initiative involved, such a project bears the distinctive imprint of the interests, commitments, and cumulative learning of the student.
Student Perspectives on Signature Work
The videos below demonstrate what Student Signature Work looks like in practice at four campuses.
Eastern Connecticut State University