Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom
This 12-week project engaged kindergarten and first-grade students in learning about the natural phenomena of tides and the tidepool habitat.
Third Grade students at Delaware Ridge Elementary School in Kansas City, Kansas developed and maintained detailed science notebooks as they studied five species of owls that are native to Kansas.
Students at High Tech High Media Arts School in San Diego, California took part in a project called Siteology. Siteology explores all that is a part of San Diego's cultural DNA.
Students in Lake Bluff’s MAC 1 East (multiage 1st and 2nd-grade classroom) were responsible for creating a presentation about honesty for their school wide community circle.
Eleventh and twelfth-grade students at Harborside Academy in Kenosha, Wisconsin completed this photography project with many literacy connections entirely in the Photography1 class.
Many people kill spiders because they think spiders are dangerous, scary, or gross! First graders at Two Rivers Public Charter School decided to change
Kindergarten students at the Odyssey School of Denver worked on creating compelling story books featuring a favorite animal as the main character.
Kindergarten students at the Odyssey School of Denver worked on creating informational science books featuring different insects.
Tenth-grade students at Casco Bay High School in Portland, Maine interviewed international refugees from human rights abuses and considered their courage and stories in writing and photography.