Striving to address creativity and novelty over content memorization, students produce work with more depth and complexity. Blending their personal interests with topics being discussed in class, students are taught to dig deeper into their topic. Christine Rogers, 7th Grade English Teacher, explains how she engaged students individually during the Call of the Wild unit, “Some students chose comparing the Klondike Gold Rush to the California Gold Rush, other students interested in architecture studied the structures and building materials used in the Klondike in 1900 to today’s methods of building.” In the process of this kind of project, students are practicing research skills, presentation skills, and are highly motivated to learn more about the personalized topic of interest.