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Vancouver Innovation, Technology and Arts Elementary School charts a new course

VITA showcases ‘project-based learning’ approach

By Griffin Reilly, Columbian staff writer
Published: March 2, 2023, 6:01am
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Third-grade teacher Jen Flores works with a student one-on-one at the new Vancouver Innovation, Technology and Arts Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The new school utilizes a unique project-based learning model that encourages young students to explore concepts at their own pace based on what interests them most.
Third-grade teacher Jen Flores works with a student one-on-one at the new Vancouver Innovation, Technology and Arts Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon. The new school utilizes a unique project-based learning model that encourages young students to explore concepts at their own pace based on what interests them most. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

As construction of the Vancouver Innovation, Technology and Arts Elementary School came to a close last year, it’s no surprise the new building’s presence turned some heads.

With a striking modern façade and integration of indoor and outdoor spaces, the school stands out in comparison to the age of the nearby Fort Vancouver Historic Site.

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