All TIP Curriculum UnitsView by: Year | Seminar

Unit TitleAuthor

2020


Amazing Animal Adaptations

Dorothy Martin
Keywords: adaptation, animals, autistic support, Evolution, special education

Evolutionary Biology

Daniel Hartzog
Keywords: Biology, Evolution, Heredity, kindergarten, Science, Traits, Variation

Evolution: Pokémon v. Bizarre Real Animals

Lisa Yuk Kuen Yau
Keywords: Biology, Critical thinking, Evolution, pokemon, Science

Malaria

William McGeehan
Keywords: adaptation, biomagnification, disease, DNA, Ecology, Evolution, Flexibility and adaptability, genetics, Natural Selection, parasite, population genetics

Dark Matters

Valerie Adams
Keywords: black hole, CER framework, dark fantastic, ebony elizabeth thomas, imagination, milky way galaxy

The Superhero Self: Speculative Fiction for Identity Development and Social Change

Emma Connolly
Keywords: fiction, imagination, learning support, special education, superheroes

Storytelling for Freedom: How Black speculative stories can give us hope for a better future

Gina Dukes
Keywords: dark fantastic, freedom, hope, storytelling

Saving Ourselves: Exploring Identity and Imagined Realities Through Comics

Maddie Luebbert
Keywords: comics, dark fantastic, imagination, superhero genre, systemic racism

Police Free City: Writing Emancipatory Visionary Fiction

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

Speculative Fiction: Using an Ethnic and Cultural Lens for Story Telling

Peggy Marie Savage
Keywords: speculative fiction, storytelling, the dark fantastic

Dabbling in the Dark: The Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow of the Black Speculative Aesthetic

Ryann M. Rouse
Keywords: Afrofuturism, Black Speculative Art, English Language Arts, fantasy, race, science fiction

Speculative Poetry: Making Sense of the Present and Shaping the Future

Sarah Vieldhouse
Keywords: analysis, imagination, poetry, speculative poetry

Here I Am: Graphic Novels as Social Equalizers for English Language Learners

Tia D. Larese
Keywords: comics, English language learners, graphic novels, the dark fantastic

Our New Mythologies Speculative Fiction Unit

Katherine Cohen Volin
Keywords: English Language Arts, mythology, speculative fiction

“Take Root Among the Stars” A Speculative Curriculum Unit for Fifth Grade

Vanetta Wood
Keywords: creative arts

A History of Philadelphia: Redlining and the Founding Ideals of Democracy

Alexander de Arana
Keywords: democracy, History, Philadelphia, social science

Planting the Seeds of Responsibility and Growing Citizens

Alima McKnight
Keywords: African Americans, change, citizen, citizenship, Government, rights, society, voting

Philadelphia’s Population Change: Using Data Visualization to Understand a Historical Narrative

Andrew Guyon
Keywords: Data visualization, historical narrative, mathematics lesson, Philadelphia history, quantitative data

Exploring Community Local and Global though Primary Documents and Artifacts: Where do I Stand and What Can I Learn from the Past?

Alla Dolderer
Keywords: artifacts, ESL, local community, low proficiency ESL, Philadelphia history, primary documents

Establishing Inclusion and Belonging in a Globalized City

Amanda Fiegel
Keywords: belonging, brain drain, brain waste, care drain, city space, Culture, discrimination, globalization, Identity, immigration, Marxism, public and private spheres, push and pull factors, Social Identity Theory, spatial immobility, structural violence and, xenophobia