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A Geographical Analysis of Sites of African American History in Philadelphia

Hannah Zieve
Keywords: Geography, High School, social studies, project based learning, Research, African American History, anthropology

How the Humanities and Social Sciences Address Today’s Political Divide

Alexander de Arana
Keywords: Humanities, identity politics, History, social studies, political divide, social sciences

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

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

Discovering Our Community Assets

Sarah C. Beverly
Keywords: Philadelphia, English Language Arts, social studies, service learning, community, assets

Power and the Past: A Philosophical Approach to Historiography

Matthew Menschner
Keywords: History, philosophy, Epistemology, Historical Thinking Skills, historiography, social studies

Mapping it Out!

Nicole Flores
Keywords: 3-D Map, History, maps, Maps Skills, Neighborhoods, Reading, research skills, social studies


Police Free City: Writing Emancipatory Visionary Fiction

Charlie McGeehan
Keywords: Literature, fantasy, fiction, social studies, Reading, science fiction, the Hunger Games, writing, Black Lives Matter, dark fantastic cycle

Lasting Effects of Slavery

Victor M. Pomales Jr.
Keywords: film, social studies, Slavery, African American History


Lead Town Hall

Freda/Frankie Anderson
Keywords: Health, STEM, environment, social studies, activism

Exploring Culture and Storytelling with Fairy Tales

Cher Baylor
Keywords: storytelling, social studies, fairy tales, Culture


Socratic Philosophy for Kids

Krystle Birdsall
Keywords: Making connections, Morality, Personal Identity, Philoslphy of science, philosophy, ethics, social studies, Questioning, Critical thinking, Analyzing arguments, ELA activity

Philosophy in the Social Contract and Forms of Government

Taylor Franko
Keywords: philosophy, social studies, Political thought, Questioning, Critical thinking, Analyzing arguments

Making Philosophic Ideas Visible: Connecting the Age of Enlightenment and the French Revolution

Alexander de Arana
Keywords: Foundations of Government, French Revolution, social studies, Political thought, Social Contract, Age of Enlightenment, Critical thinking


Put Yourself Out There: Identity, Genre, and Concert Production in Music Ensemble Performance

Walter Bechtold
Keywords: Middle School, Identity, Instrumental Music, Music, Music Technology, Orchestra, Performance, Genre, Grade 7-12, High School, social studies, Popular Music, Culture, Band, Arranging

Investigating Religious and Cultural Spending Trends

Catherine Michini
Keywords: social studies, Social and cross-cultural skills, World religions, cross, Culture

The Music of New Orleans and How It Shaped Its Culture

Chanelle Harley
Keywords: History, social studies, Reading, writing


Have You Ever Told That Story Before? Student Biographers Asking Important Life Questions, Preserving Memories and Writing History

Joyce Arnosky
Keywords: language arts, social studies, writing, biography, elementary

Linking Cultures and History During Colonial Pennsylvania

Karen J. Burrell
Keywords: Informational text, Pennsylvania History, social studies, William Penn, biography, elementary

Are They REALLY That Different?

Nicole Flores
Keywords: Literature, Fifth-Grade, social studies, poetry, Compare, elementary, English

The Philadelphia Wax Museum: Exploring the History of a City Through Different Points of View

Tia D. Larese
Keywords: Philadelphia, History, social studies, revolutionary war, wax museum, biography, elementary