
Student comprehension is a main focus of assessment testing, and comprehension is often measured through a variety of question types including: recall, comprehension, analysis, application, synthesis, and […]

Are fingerprints really one of a kind? Students have the opportunity to investigate this question as they look at their own fingerprints. Students will practice classification skills as they organize and group […]

In this discussion students will take a critical look at both sides of the energy debate in the United States through an evaluation of current media.

What will the world look like in regard to prejudice in 2020. Prejudice in all areas of life will be considered.

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How can technology affect the world today?

To study a person’s reality as they navigate within their selfidentified communities

Can we afford to wait any longer to combat manmade waste? Are we ready to act?

Here, students actually gather data by tossing a tennis ball to 1, then 2, then 3, students until all of the students in the class have been included. Using that data, students create a scatter plot and determine […]

After exploring various types of bridges and understanding the importance of the rigidity of a triangle, students will prepare multiple versions of a bridge that will meet various height, width, length, and weight […]

This lab is inexpensive to conduct but allows for great rewards in student learning and understanding of diffusion, osmosis, hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions.

This lesson is an introduction to watercolor relief painting based upon the work of Native American pictographs and also of modern artist Paul Klee.

In this part, Algebra 2 students are able to take a much more analytical approach to the question of how long it takes for a beef cube dissolve. Also, students begin to challenge themselves to create a more […]

This lesson is a continuation of an Algebra 1 lesson, “Where’s the Beef? (Part 1)” In that lesson, students questioned the process of degradation of objects in landfills asking, “How is someone able to know th […]

This lesson incorporates an easytodo investigation right into the math classroom. By the end of the lesson, students will have dealt with estimating and calculating slope, collecting data, and the equation of a […]

We the People is a Geometry lesson focusing on population dynamics. Students analyze real census data as they utilize slope and midpoint in ways that help them understand the world around them.