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2021


Listening to Learn: Learning to Listen Lessons from the Griot Families of Mali

Rebecca Horner
Keywords: Africa, Color Vowel Approach, documentary, drumming, ESL, ESOL, griot, home-language, language learning, Mali, Elementary Education, Music, Els

Using Transfer as a Schema to Learn about Energy: A Modular Approach

Matthew N VanKouwenberg
Keywords: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Constructivist, electricity, Environmental Science, Eolic, Experiment, Energy Transfer, Generator, global warming, High School, Lab, Magnetism, Mechanical Energy, Motor, Middle School, PhotoVoltaics, Physical Science, physics, student-centered, Thermodynamics, wind energy

2020


The Dis-Connection of Our Roots

Stephanie M. Robinson
Keywords: African American History, roots, Slavery

From “We Shall Overcome” to “Black Lives Matter”: Learning from the Present, Building on the Past

Geoffrey Winikur
Keywords: Black Art, Black Lives Matter, civil rights, collaborative learning, culturally responsive teaching, dialogic teaching, feminist pedagogy, inquiry-based learning

Of Farms and Factories: Assessing the American Labor Movement through Of Mice and Men

Keeler Park
Keywords: collaborative discussion, ESOL, Literature, Of Mice and Men

Teaching African American Culture Through Cinema

Chanelle Harley
Keywords: African American culture, American History, cinema, community, film, History

Civil Rights Movement vs. Black Lives Matter: Young People at the Helm of the Movement

Tasha Russell
Keywords: African American History month, Black Lives Matter, Civil Rights Movement, injustice

How Can We Expect Them to Stand Up in a Crooked Room?

Regina Hastings
Keywords: cinema, communications, film, Sociology, Media, Pop culture, writing, Reading

The Ongoing Black Freedom Struggle: Expanding the Single Story of the Civil Rights Movement

Pearl Jonas
Keywords: American History, Civil Rights Movement, History, film

Still Segregated in 2020: A Study of Equity in Philadelphia Area Schools through Film Study and Creation

Katherine Steiner
Keywords: Civil Rights Movement, civics, cinema, communications, freedom, Government, History, Media, Philadelphia, Politics

Film as a Medium for Teaching the Supporting Characters of the Civil Rights Movement

Frances M. Wilkins
Keywords: Civil Rights Movement, English language learners, film

Lasting Effects of Slavery

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

Visualizing Word Problems: A Path to a Solution

Rachel Odoroff
Keywords: algebra, Math, function

African American Hair, Freedom, and Civil Rights: Using Film, Media, and African American Hair Styles to Analyze Civil Rights

Aisha Al-Muid
Keywords: cinema, African American, civil rights, film, Hair, freedom, Media

Conquering Space: A Voyage to Understanding

Catherine Michini
Keywords: algeba, geometry, Math, NCTM, PSAT

Visualizing Fractions

Cher Baylor
Keywords: powepoints, Math, visual math

Exactly Measure it – Then Convert it!

Cynthia Campisi
Keywords: feet, foot, fractional portion, elementary math, half, inch, Math, measure, measurement, quarter, three-quarters, yard

6th Grade Statistics

Dr. David L. Turner
Keywords: 6th grade math, Math, powerpoints, Statistics, visual math

A Visual Approach to Learning Math Fractions

By Felicia M. Atwell
Keywords: 3rd grade math, fractions, visual math

“Choose Your Own Adventure” Visualizing, Writing, and Creating Word Problems

Kyle Iovannoni
Keywords: 3rd grade math, powerpoints, visual math, word problems