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Showing results for Year: 2007, Fall

Bryan J. Flachbart

Hustonville Elementary School, Hustonville, KY
Grades K-5, Computers / Technology
2007, Fall

Using GPS Navigation technology, students will investigate longitude and latitude by participating in a scavenger hunt by means of “Geocaching.”

Pamela Dickinson

Indian Hills Elementary School, Hopkinsville, KY
Grades K-5, Social Studies
2007, Fall

Elementary students will poll (via survey) the student body to determine a product line toward creating a student store for an entrepreneurial development project.

Judith L. Goebel

Newton Community High School, Newton, IL
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Fall

Offer an interdisciplinary program using a computer interface “probe-ware” to examine physical and chemical properties of Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics through instructional coordination.

Sharona Thomas-Wilson

William M. Finch Elementary School, Atlanta, GA
Grades K-5, Mathematics
2007, Fall

An entrepreneurial business program designed to teach and reinforce math and economics standards.

Nina Kimbrough

Gaither High School, Tampa, FL
Grades 9-12, Mathematics
2007, Fall

Extracting “math standards” inherent in a Special Olympics program to reinforce standards-based math instruction.

Harriet Kuhn

John W. Ross Elementary School, Washington, DC
Grades K-5, English
2007, Fall

Employ an activity-based reading program integrating books and animals to demonstrate relationship building and self-esteem development.

Sumita Soni

Sumita Soni

Sankofa Academy, Oakland, CA
Grades K-5, Social Studies
2007, Fall

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The Students are the Real Superheroes:  Fourth-Grade Class Creates “The Comic Book of Oakland’s Black History”

“Have you ever wondered where African-Americans lived before they came to California?” asks Nathaniel Keller, a fourth-grader ... more »

Brian Ki

Somerset High School, Bellflower, CA
Grades 9-12, Mathematics
2007, Fall

Use radio controlled cars and motion detectors to document corollary coordinates to quantify the application of the linear equation y=mx+b using TI-84 calculators (Learning Standard: Math).