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2021


Henrietta Lacks, HeLa Cells, and Health Inequities: Making Student Research Relevant and Authentic

Charlette Walker
Keywords: cancer biology, digital literacy, English Language Arts, HeLa cells, Henrietta Lacks, Research, Science, social studies, systemic medical racism, writing

Cancer Journeys: From the Microscopic to a Call to Action

Chris Sikich
Keywords: Biology, call to action, cancer, cell, cell signaling, CER, Evolution, genetics, Inquiry, mutation, project, Science

The Museum of Gold

Kristin Nakaishi
Keywords: economics, geology, gold, minerals, Sociology

The Renewable School

Rachel Odoroff
Keywords: energy, energy sources, renewable energy

Using Transfer as a Schema to Learn about Energy: A Modular Approach

Matthew N VanKouwenberg
Keywords: Constructivist, electricity, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Energy Transfer, Environmental Science, Eolic, Experiment, Generator, global warming, High School, Lab, Magnetism, Mechanical Energy, Middle School, Motor, PhotoVoltaics, Physical Science, physics, student-centered, Thermodynamics, wind energy

Humans and the Environment: How Water Pollution and Littering Affect Health

Chelsea Maher
Keywords: engineering, environment, Health, littering, pollution, urban, water, waterways, world

Using CAR T-cells as an Effective Tool Against Blood Cancers

Peg Harley
Keywords: blood cancer, body systems, breakthrough, cancer cells, CAR T cells, immune system, immunotherapy, life science, T-cells

Changing Technology for a Changing Climate: Knowledge is not always power, but power is rarely ignorant

Chloe Glynn
Keywords: climate change, critical minerals, environment, fossil fuels, geopolitics, green technology, greenhouse gases, hands-on experiments, power, renewable energy, social media

Using Wind for Improving the Future of Sustainable Energy

Cassandra Mae Jordan
Keywords: and Wind Turbines., Elementary Science, Eolic Energy, renewable energy, Renewable Energy Experiments, Science Lesson Plans, Wind Energy Experiments

What Happens After the Water Leaves the Sky?

Aisha Kittrell
Keywords: hydrologic cycle, run-off, storm drain, stormwater, the water cycle, water filtration, water pollution, water quality

The Power of Environmental Monitoring

Anna Herman
Keywords: air quality, environmental advocacy, environmental justice, environmental monitoring, green stormwater infrastructure, lead, soil contamination, soil health, urban gardening, water quality, youth environmental justice

Environmental Health in the Classroom

Kimberly Sweeney
Keywords: conservation, contamination, plastic pollution, water cycle, water pollution

Freshwater In Our World Philadelphia’s freshwater supply and the role we each play in its future

Phyllis Hurwitz
Keywords: climate change, distribution of water, hydrologic cycle, impermeable sources, philadelphia middle school science, urban watershed, water, water pollution

EAT THIS NOT THAT

Glenza E. Lowman
Keywords: cancer, cells, Food, Health, healthy food

Delicious and Nutritious Chemicals: A unit for engaging 10th grade Chemistry students in the study of biological molecules

Kathleen Tsai
Keywords: chemicals, Chemistry, fruit flies, lipids, proteins

Where Does Our Water Come From?

David White
Keywords: water, water cycle, water filtration, water pollution, Watershed

Shining Star

Valerie Adams
Keywords: Carbon, carbon cycle, Chemical reaction, Electron, energy, Energy level, Photon, Photovoltaic, Solar, water, Wind

Critical Metals and Their Real-World Applications

Ariel Coff
Keywords: earth metals, mining, periodic table

Energy Equals Force and Motion

Felicia Atwell
Keywords: force, motion, renewable energy

Sustainable? Systemic Dis-illusions?

Maya Bhagat
Keywords: critical metals, rare earth metals, sustainability, systems