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2018


Everyone’s a Critic: Asking Meaningful Research Questions through Film

Keeler Park
Keywords: writing, Creative Writing, Reading, Media, Pop culture, Entertainment industry, Cinematography, Research, developing research questions, film, film in the classroom, research project, essay, outline, public speaking, student choice

The Awakening of the Black Panther: Shifting the Paradigm of Hollywood’s Portrayal of Africa

Wendi Mungai Umoren
Keywords: Creative Writing, Reading, Media, Screen writing, Africa

Engineering Confidence, Focus, and Geometry Through Paper Folding

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

Phila-Gami: Philadelphia Themed Folding in the Math Classroom

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

Origami for Precision and Cooperation

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

German Style Paper Folding and the Moravian Tradition

Patricia Rich
Keywords: geometry, diaspora, archives, Bethlehem, colonial Pennsylvania, cross-curricular, Fröbel, Froebel, German Bells, German script, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, love feast, modular stars, Moravian, Moravian Archives, Moravian College, Moravian Star, Sütterlin, polyhedral Stars, pop-up, project-based

Applied Origami in Physical Science, Biology and Chemistry

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

Origami Engineering and Product Design

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

Using Origami to Practice Mindfulness and Create a Growth Mindset

Cara Wallin
Keywords: Math, geometry, origami, spatial reasoning, Mindfulness, Growth Mindset

Engaging Elementary Students in Geometry through Origami

Terry Anne Wildman
Keywords: Math, geometry, origami

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

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

Socratic Philosophy for Kids

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

Philosophy in the Social Contract and Forms of Government

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

Building Numeracy and Dismantling Math-Phobia Through Problem-Solving

Bridget Mason
Keywords: Math, algebra, problem solving, Analyzing arguments, Questioning, Critical thinking, Making connections, habits of mind, abstract reasoning, quantitative reasoning, Algebra 1, modeling, pattern recognition

Empathetic Community Philosophy

Jaimie Piotrowicz
Keywords: social justice, philosophy, ethics, Analyzing arguments, Questioning, Critical thinking, Personal Identity, Making connections, ELA activity

Teaching Morals Through the Lenses of Social Media

Stephanie Robinson
Keywords: social justice, philosophy, ethics, Analyzing arguments, Questioning, Critical thinking, Political thought, Personal Identity, Making connections, Morality, ELA activity

Agency Through Inquiry: A Quest for Social Justice

Ryann Rouse
Keywords: High School, social justice, philosophy, ethics, scientific justice, ELA, English Language Arts, geomedicine, structural violence, ecofeminism

Reading Philosophy in The Hate U Give

Amanda Schear
Keywords: social justice, philosophy, Questioning, Critical thinking, Personal Identity, Making connections, ELA activity

Philosophy and Literature Unit Plan

Kimberly Sweeney
Keywords: philosophy, ethics, ELA activity

“Who Am I? An Exploration of Personal Identity Through Philosophy and Literature”

Jessica Waber
Keywords: social justice, philosophy, Questioning, Critical thinking, Personal Identity, Making connections, Morality