Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom

Finding the Lost: A Study of African Refugees in Springfield

Grade(s):

9

Book on African refugees living in Springfield, MA; includes personal stories, poetry and African history

Autumn Helena Washington Hawn

Grade(s):

5, 6

Fictional life of Deaf teenage girl, descriptions and artifacts

Explosives and Chemical Warfare

Grade(s):

10

Students use algebra to analyze the chemical makeup of weapons.

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.

The Crusades

Grade(s):

9, 10, 11, 12

Book on the math and physics behind the weapons of the crusades

What's Up?

Grade(s):

3

Frequently asked questions about space created by kids, for kids, with illustrations

It's All Greek to Me

Grade(s):

7

Comic-style graphic book with portraits and background on famous figures from ancient Greece

Calculicious: Making Calculus Delicious

Grade(s):

12

Mathematical concepts (algebriac, geometric) illuminated by student artwork, with student reflections

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.

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