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2022


Who Owns The Land?: The Sparrow’s Principle and Anti-Gentrification in Philadelphia

Tyriese James Holloway
Keywords: gentrification, Marita’s Bargain

Untangling Hair Discrimination

Lisa Yuk Kuen Yau
Keywords: CROWN act, Gender Bias, Hair, hair discrimination, hair laws, hairstyles, Native American boarding school, queue, race bias, tignon

Makerspaces: Where Precision and Play Intersect

Katherine Steiner
Keywords: collaboration, creative, creativity, High School, lessons, makerspace, play, problem solving, robot, soft robots, visual arts

Soft Robotics: An Introduction to Design Methodology and Engineering

Jessica Duong
Keywords: design, engineering, methodology, process, robot, robotics

Exploring Soft Robotics Through the Movie Big Hero 6

Charlette Walker
Keywords: Big Hero 6, digital literacy, English Language Arts, Google suite, robotics, soft robotics, soft robots, Technology

Bio-Design Fabrication and Soft Robots

Christopher Sweeney
Keywords: Bio-Design, Bio-Fabrication, design, Digital Fabrication, Mycelium, robotics, Robots, soft robotics

Soft Robotics

Maya Bhagat
Keywords: engineering design, origami, soft robots

What does it mean to be a Migrant?: Using mentor texts to understand migration

Katherine Volin
Keywords: immigration, migration, poetry, travel

Language, Memory and Bearing Witness: Morrison as Muse for Modern Musings

Ryann Rouse
Keywords: Citing Evidence, collaborative discussion, ELA, Humanities, KWLQ charts, language, Literary Analysis, M.E.A.L. paragraphs, memoir, Memoir Writing, Reader Response Journals, Reading Circles, storytelling

Modern and Contemporary African American Women Poets

Monica Rowley
Keywords: African American, Black Poets, context, Creative Writing, form, function, language, literary devices, poetry, Women poets, women writers, Workshop

“Reading as Writer: Critical Creative Race Thinking Following Toni Morrison’s Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination”

Gregory Probst
Keywords: African American, Africanist., American Africanism, American Literature, blackness, Critical Race Theory, cultural identity, English Language Arts, hybridity, imagination, intersectionality, literary criticism, playing in the dark, queer theory, reading as a writer, Recitatif, teacherless writing workshops, The Crucible, third space, Toni Morrison, whiteness

Exceptional Women: We See You!

Karen Brinkley
Keywords: Achievement Gap, Black joy, culturally, culturally relevant, diversity, Literature, socially transformative curation

Everybody Has a Story….What is Yours?

Tasha Russell
Keywords: banned, Critical Race Theory, digital stories, personal narrative, student voice

Finding Your Voice… then Shouting!

Nicole Flores
Keywords: 5th Grade ELA, activism, comprehension, Novel, poetry, Research, social justice

Living a Values Driven Life

Regina Hastings
Keywords: ELA, Movie Analysis, Novel Analysis, Self Improvement, social justice, values, vocabulary

The Power of Innovation in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

Anna Herman
Keywords: agriculture history, agriculture technology, farming, farming technology, food production, food technology, innovation, iteration, urban agriculture

Educating for Democracy TIP Seminar 2022: The 14th Amendment And Persons With Disabilities, What Students Should Know

Peggy Marie Savage
Keywords: Disabilities; Fourteenth Amendment; equal protection; Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; Americans with Disabilities Act; IEP; LRE

2021


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

Breast Cancer: An Exponential Process

Vicki Baker
Keywords: Algebra 2, Breast cancer, cancer, Elementary Functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Tracing Our Steps, Mapping Our Journeys

Erica Darken
Keywords: cities, elementary, Geography, journey, Workshop