Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom

Even Though I Got Nothing, I Got Myself

Even Though I Got Nothing, I Got Myself

Grade(s):

7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

As part of the studio Rich Narratives, NuVu students learned foundational documentary filmmaking skills in order to transform everyday material into powerful stories.

A Kids' Guide to California National Parks

A Kids' Guide to California National Parks

Grade(s):

2

Second-grade students at Big Pine Elementary School in Big Pine California created this beautiful and useful guide to the vast array of National Parks found in California. The book is geared especially towards kids.

Dogs in the Classroom

Dogs in School: Persuading the Principal

Grade(s):

1

First graders at Academy School in West Brattleboro, Vermont worked hard to persuade their principal to let them have a dog in their classroom.

Art, Poetry and Inspiration to benefit the Humane Society of the Palouse

Grade(s):

4

The fourth-grade crew at Palouse Prairie Charter School hosted an evening of art, poetry, and inspiration to benefit the Humane Society of the Palouse (HSOP).

Social Justice PSA

Social Justice Issue Public Service Announcements

Grade(s):

8

As a culminating social studies expedition product, 8th-grade students of Sierra Expeditionary Learning School, Truckee, CA produced Public Sevice Announcements on current social justice issues of their own choosing.

It's All Greek to Me

Grade(s):

7

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

Mohammed and the Number Genie

Grade(s):

6

Fantasy novel of world travel that teaches a mathematical concept in each chapter

Iconic: The black and white of our heroes and heroines

Grade(s):

11

Collection of essays in which students reflect on their personal relationship with their chosen icon

Revitalize Rochester: Using Skate Parks to Improve Rochester's Neighborhoods

Grade(s):

6

Report about using skate parks to strengthen community services in Rochester, NY

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