This approach allows students to learn and apply knowledge and skills across many inter-related domains, often using a variety of educational settings outside the classroom.
This type of program is often adopted for Year 9 or 10 students who require a program that expects learners to display greater independence and autonomy. These programs often run over a semester or a whole year.
As an extended project incorporates many interrelated domains the benefits are the same as those in an integrated approach.
Examples of extended programs include:
- The Advance Program
- Kambrya College Year 9 Global Journey program (www.kambryacollege.com/documents/ourValues/aboutKambrya/2008_College_Handbook.pdf)