Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom

Adaptations

Adaptations

Grade(s):

12

Twelfth-grade students at High Tech High in San Diego, California presented silent film productions with live sound performances at the Sushi Performance Art Center in downtown San Diego.

Motive and Motif

Motive and Motif

Grade(s):

12

Twelfth-grade art and literature students at High Tech High in San Diego, California visited the San Diego Museum of Art to study different artists. Each student selected a painting and researched the artist’s motive for creating the work and the motifs that inspired them.

March to Equality

March to Equality

Grade(s):

7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Students from The Northwest Opportunities Vocational Academy (NOVA) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin created the March to Equality exhibition in collaboration with Arts @ Large, Kid Curators, LLC, and numerous community partners.

We Are Oakland International

We Are Oakland International

Grade(s):

9, 10

Ninth and tenth grade students at Oakland International High School in Oakland, California created this comic book as part of an interdisciplinary project combining art, reading and literacy, and social studies.

Unfamiliar Landscapes

Unfamiliar Landscapes: The Project

Grade(s):

12

Twelfth grade students at High Tech High in San Diego, California used the key concept of “unfamiliar landscapes” to study how we create or alter landscapes, and how, in turn, landscapes alter us as individuals and community members.

Coded Illustrations

Unfamiliar Landscapes: Coded Illustrations

Grade(s):

12

Twelfth grade students at High Tech High in San Diego, California created artwork using computer coding for an exhibition entitled “Unfamiliar Landscapes.”

Turning Points Toy Theater

Turning Points Toy Theater

Grade(s):

12

Turning Points Toy Theater” was presented by 12th grade students in the collaborative classrooms of Media Arts and English at High Tech High in San Diego, California.

Nuclear Decay

Grade(s):

10

These projects were created by tenth grade students at Harborside Academy in Kenosha, Wisconsin as part of a learning expedition called World of Conflict.

The Whole Meal

The Whole Meal Cookbook

Grade(s):

9, 10, 11, 12

High Tech High students in San Diego, California explored issues about food stemming from the simple question of “should I eat that?” as part of their studies in Humanities and Biology.

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