Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom

Humans of Cambridge

Humans of Cambridge

Grade(s):

7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Nuvu students in the Cinemagraph studio learned how to create their own cinemagraphs—digital photos that include a subtle and looped movement.

Beekeepers

Beekeeping

Grade(s):

7

These products were created by 7th-grade middle school students from Maplewood Richmond Heights Middle School. They harvest honey and beeswax from four beehives that they work to maintain.

Juxtapose

Juxtapose2

Grade(s):

7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

In collaboration with renowned choreographer Heidi Latsky, students designed wearables for an installation for performers with a disability and which express aspects of the performer’s passion or character trait, or an experience they have had.

The Choice to Serve

The Choice to Serve

Grade(s):

7

Meadow Glen Middle School has a student population of approximately 1,100 students and around 370 seventh-grade students worked together to produce this magazine.

Truckee Top Ten

Top 10 Things to Do in Truckee with Kids Under 10

Grade(s):

2, 3

During a Social Studies Expedition on the history of Truckee, California, students visited and learned from experts about the stories and history of historic buildings in downtown Truckee.

Colorado Fish

Colorado Fish Field Guide Poster

Grade(s):

1, 2

First and second-grade students at the Pikes Peak School of Expeditionary Learning in Falcon, Colorado researched specific freshwater fish within the Colorado area. They investigated and wrote about their habitats, their feeding habits, and their physical adaptations.

The Color I Made Is Stunning

"The Color I Made Is Stunning!"

Grade(s):

Pre-K

Pre-kindergarten students at Capital City Charter School in Washington, D.C. worked on an intensive study about color mixing and the connection between colors and feelings.

Immigration Stories

Nuestras Historias de Inmigración / Our Immigration Stories

Grade(s):

2, 3

Second and third-grade students at Allen-Field School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin created this timely and beautiful bilingual book with their own personal immigration stories.

Whale of a Project

Whale of a Project

Grade(s):

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Elementary students (1st-6th) in a Significant Support Needs (SSN) special education class engaged in an expedition centered around the Sanctuary Ocean Count Project in Hawaii to learn about whales, culminating in a multi-disciplinary project with the SSN teacher, Speech Language Pathologist (SLP

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