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Design and Attract
Ohio Resource Center
Experienced

Career Technical Education

In this unit, students will explore how a promotional ad package works by conducting research and developing marketing materials for a department at their school or college.

Digital Storytelling
High Tech High
Experienced

Arts
Career Technical Education
English Language Arts

Students created digital stories about a defining moment, a message, or a lesson learned from their own lives or the life of someone they know.

DNA Barcoding Invasive Species
High Tech High
Expert

Science

Students will take part of a pilot study for a large-scale ecological survey of San Diego Bay to help prevent and slow the spread of invasive species through early detection, rapid response, and eradication, ultimately reducing the effects of bioinvasions on human health, the economy, and the oceans.

Do No Harm
ConnectEd
Experienced

English Language Arts
Health
Math
Science
Social Studies

Students learn about the roles government plays in setting policy and supporting and regulating various aspects of the healthcare industry, and about the impact these activities have on the lives of ordinary citizens.

Common Core Standards

Do You Speak Climate Change?
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Social Studies
World Languages

Students will describe the effect of climate change on the environment and tourism of Spanish-speaking countries.

Does History Repeat Itself?
Envision Schools
Experienced

Arts
English Language Arts
Social Studies

Through writing and recording an audio commentary,students will answer the question: Does History Repeat Itself? Teams will examine the roles of upstanders and bystanders during the Holocaust and relate them to another historical or present day event. In addition, students will create a unique visual art piece related to your commentary.

Common Core Standards

Domino Effect
Mathalicious
Beginner

Math

We’ll use linear equations to find the base price (y-intercept) and cost per additional topping (slope) to figure out how much Domino’s is really charging for pizza.

Common Core Standards

Don’t Pass the Buck
Ohio Resource Center
Beginner

Career Technical Education

Students will recommend to “contacted and corresponded” trucking companies ways to reduce fuel costs.

Down The Appalachian Trail
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Arts
Social Studies

Students will perform Appalachian music with a charged admission to be presented to a charity which the class agrees on.  The students will present this program to the community and their parents.

Dream Big
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

Students will explore the possibility of designing a dream bedroom by creating a scale drawing of the room and researching the cost of furnishings, wall and floor coverings and decorations.

Common Core Standards

Dream Vacation
Beginner

English Language Arts
Math
Social Studies

Using a budget of $10,000, students will create their dream vacation. This activity will require them to do internet research, allocate resources, calculate the cost of the trip, convert costs and learn the geography of a new area.

Common Core Standards

Dream Vacation
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

As a vacation planner, students are to design a coast-to-coast vacation from Washington, DC to Seattle, Washington for a family of four.

Common Core Standards

Dummies Guide to Visiting an Art Museum
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Arts
English Language Arts

Students will create brochures designed to educate students in the necessary behaviors expected and the critical thinking involved in a museum visit.

Common Core Standards

E is for Earthworm
Expeditionary Learning
Beginner

Arts
English Language Arts
Science

Kindergarten students at Palouse Prairie School created this book during an expedition on an animal native to their region: the Giant Palouse Earthworm.

Common Core Standards

E is for Egypt
High Tech High
Beginner

Arts
Social Studies

Students will write and illustrate a children’s book about ancient Egypt. After several weeks of “Egypt Exploration Days,” in which they will learn about the features of ancient Egyptian civilization, they will choose one topic on which to become an expert. Then, each student will create a page for our book on their topic.

Earth and Energy Study
Explorer Elementary
Beginner

Science

Students explore our relationship to the earth, including climate change, energy use, and alternative energy. Through art, drama, research, writing, teaching, and hands-on project building, students learn about all aspects of energy, its use, and impact on humans and the earth.

Eco-Mania
Virtual Schoolhouse
Experienced

Arts
Career Technical Education
English Language Arts
Science
Social Studies

Students studied a regional community issue and then created a play and audiograph for public performance about environmental conservation to a national audience.  The eco-mania audiograph pioneered a new format that uses the interview as musical text and story.

Common Core Standards

Economics Illustrated
High Tech High
Beginner

Arts
English Language Arts

Students created a book on economic concepts and their applications. Each student created two pages: the first defining an economic term and providing examples of it, and the second applying the term to a current event in an original article.

Common Core Standards

Eggstreme Sports
High Tech High
Beginner

Math
Science

Students will see how a simple mechanical spring and free falling from a platform can be an educational and extreme experience. The students will create a bungee jump for eggs and learn that Math & Physics is all that it’s cracked up to be.

Elementary Projects from Worms to Wall Street
Beginner

Arts
English Language Arts
Math
Science
Social Studies

Newsome Park Elementary students work on a variety of research projects based on their interests.

Equilibrium Can Be Sickening
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Science

Students will use their knowledge of chemical equilibrium and LeChatlier’s Principle to determine how equilibrium in the human body will change as conditions around them change.  They will design experiments that will test for a medical condition known as hypoxia which develops as mountain climbers increase their altitude too quickly.

Evolution Revolution
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Science

Students will investigate evolutionary theory with an emphasis on the role of sexual reproduction in evolution and have a presentation presenting the evidence before the school board.

Excel-lent Customer Service
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

The Walmart computer system program that runs the cash registers has crashed and is down for 2 weeks.  As the assistant manager of Wal-Mart, students need to create a spreadsheet using Excel for the cashiers to calculate the customers’ total bill.

Common Core Standards

Explorer Elementary Projects
Explorer Elementary
Beginner

English Language Arts
Science
Social Studies

Students of various grades from Explorer Elementary share their work.

Exponential Functions
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

As an environmental scientist, students will advise the United States government by researching the population growth rate and investigating the effect on a related item such as waste, food, disease, life expectancy/mortality rate, poverty, inflation or national debt.

Common Core Standards

Fabulously Healthy
Ohio Resource Center
Experienced

Career Technical Education

Students will create a menu that both fits the guidelines of the “newly designed” food pyramid and the needs of the client.

Family Ties
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

English Language Arts
Social Studies

Students will interview grandparents and parents to collect data from their lives. They will then keep their own journal to collect data and create a timeline of their life from birth to age 5.

Common Core Standards

Federal Government, How Much is Too Much?
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Social Studies

Students will create a multi-media presentation recommending a social program that came out of the Great Depression to Americans today. They will outline modifications to the original program to better meet the needs of modern citizens.

Felix Mystery
PBWorks
Beginner

Science

How do observations lead us to conclusions?  Students will view a mock crime scene I’ve created in the classroom.

Field of Dreams
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

A local philanthropist has agreed to purchase and donate a three-acre field for our community with the stipulation that it be used for youth recreation.  Student will create design proposals for the field and present to the city council.  Officials will judge the designs for creativity/innovation, appeal to youth, and cost efficiency.

Common Core Standards


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