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2021


Gathering Clay: Community Poetry, Individual Grace, and the Limitations of Language

Greg Probst
Keywords: Art, artifacts, community, Creative Writing, Culture, English Language Arts, High School, Indigenous, individuality, louise erdrich, Native American, Navajo, neoindigenous, philly, poetry, Pueblo, society, south philadelphia, southwestern

Telling Stories and Making Connections Through Clay

Katherine Steiner
Keywords: Art, clay, Indigenous Pottery, pottery, Pueblo, storytelling

Hand-Made Music: Creating the Instruments and Sounds of Africa

Katherine Steiner
Keywords: Africa, African music, Africana studies, Art, contemporary music, hands-on, High School, high school art, high school music, instrument, Music

Representing our Blessings on Pottery Inspired by Southwestern Native American Art

Allison Aubry
Keywords: Art, blessings, clay tools, coil pot, motif, narrative, Native American, pinch pot, pottery, pottery wheel, Pueblo Pottery, secondary, slab, symbolism, symbols, well wishes

The Navajo, the Pueblos and Me

Jennifer Gallagher
Keywords: “The Long Walk”, Art, clay, fry bread, hogan, Native Americans, Navajo, pottery, Pueblo, Southwest, textiles, tradition and culture, weaving

Tangible History: Engaging Students Through Art of Indigenous Cultures

Alima McKnight
Keywords: appreciation, appropriation, Art, Blackfoot, Culture, design, hands-on, Indigenous, Native American, Navajo, pottery, Pueblo, symbols, teepees, textiles, weaving

2019


The Art of Literature: Visual Stimuli that Constructs Communication

Silvino J. Alexander Jr.
Keywords: "Third Space" Paradigm, Art, comic books, Culturally Relevant Pedagogy (CRP), History, literacy, poetry, THAL (Technology

Autobiographical Art

Vanetta Wood
Keywords: Art, art history, autobiography, drawing, intrapersonal skills, Visual Art

2018


Natural Resources are Natural Wonders

Valerie A. Adams
Keywords: Art, asian art and culture, geometry, literacy, Math, origami

Engineering Confidence, Focus, and Geometry Through Paper Folding

Katherine Breitbart
Keywords: Art, asian art and culture, attention, engineering, first grade, focus, geometry, learning strategies, Math, origami, paper folding, Science, skills development, social-emotional learning, spatial reasoning, STEAM, STEM

Phila-Gami: Philadelphia Themed Folding in the Math Classroom

Catherine Michini
Keywords: Alexander Calder, Art, fold-and-cut, geometry, Math, Mobile, origami, Philadelphia, Pi Day, pop-up card, STEAM

Origami for Precision and Cooperation

Rachel Odoroff
Keywords: Art, Math, origami, Standards for Mathematical Practice

Applied Origami in Physical Science, Biology and Chemistry

Bobby E. Stewart
Keywords: Art, Math, origami, Science activity

Origami Engineering and Product Design

Elizabeth Szablya
Keywords: Art, asian art and culture, construct, design, design thinking, engineering, fold, hands-on, High School, kirigami, modular origami, origami, PHiZZ, Physical Science, presentation, project based instruction, project-based, prototype, Science, Science activity, Scientific Method, snapology, spatial reasoning, STEAM, STEM, student lead, tessilation, Yoshizawa, Yoshizawa randlett

Paper-fold Physics: Newton’s Three Laws of Motion

Lisa (Yuk Kuen) Yau
Keywords: Art, geometry, Math, origami, Science activity, STEAM, STEM

2014


Investigation of Pueblo History and Pottery for the Spanish Classroom

Matthew Byrne
Keywords: Art, ceramics, Foreign Language, Native American, New Mexico, pottery, Pueblo revolt, Spanish pueblo

2013


The Art of the Poem in Poems of Art: Using Visuals and Close Readings to Aid Creative Writing

Sydney Hunt Coffin
Keywords: Art, Creative Writing, modern art, poetry

2010


Interdisciplinary Harlem Renaissance: The Visual Artists

Aimee Christopher
Keywords: Art, Black America, Harlem Renaissance

When Looking at Me, What Do You See? Interacting with Murals

Kelly L. Graham
Keywords: Art, asian art and culture, murals, Science, Visual Art

2009


Brave Voices through Time and Space: Poetry Café for Young People

Samuel A. Reed, III
Keywords: African American poets, Art, biography, constructive criticism, demystify poetry, figurative language, Middle School, Music, read, Reading, Research, social studies, speak, write, writing