Making Impermeable Pervious

Making Impermeable Pervious

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Detroit Endangered Project

Detroit Endangered Project

The Detroit Endangered Project engages students in learning Biology concepts, through an endangered/threatened species in our area. Projects culminate with action projects to help their populations rebound. By: 10th Graders Teacher: Kerry Williams, The School at...
How To Do An Energy Audit

How To Do An Energy Audit

During our recent energy project our classes were asked to complete the ECOWORKS Healthy Home Audit and to write a persuasive essay demanding that our school admin give (our classes) permission to install a solar array. This is a how-to showing how to complete the...
Mill Creek Watershed Project

Mill Creek Watershed Project

This is a culmination of our Place-Based work around Mill Creek, including, song writing, our collaboration with the HRWC, fly tying, raising brown trout to release into the Mill Creek in collaboration with Trout Unlimited and our interactive story map work with Ducks...
Solar Panel Persuasive Letters

Solar Panel Persuasive Letters

During our recent energy project our classes were asked to complete the ECOWORKS Healthy Home Audit and to write a persuasive essay demanding that our school admin give (our classes) permission to install a solar array. This is a how-to showing how to complete the...
The Chip Bag Project

The Chip Bag Project

We ironed together chip bags to make sleeping bags for Detroit’s homeless population. By: Youth Energy Squad, 6th Grade – 8th Grade Teacher: Jacinda Bowman, The James and Grace Lee Boggs School, Detroit Subject: Science Theme: Climate Change Resilience and...
Living On Our Own

Living On Our Own

This story shows how a project helps me understand my experiences and my interests. By: Sonia Singh, Kaiya Ingram, and Marleen Hernandez, 6th Grade – 8th Grade Teacher: Charlene Jones, The James and Grace Lee Boggs School, Detroit Subject: Math Theme: General...
Potential in My Neighborhood

Potential in My Neighborhood

This story shows how a project helps me understand my experiences and my interests. By: Isaiah Cox, 8th Grade Teacher: Charlene Jones, The James and Grace Lee Boggs School, Detroit Subject: Math Theme: General Place-based Education Type: Video Click on the links above...
Why Learn Mathematics?

Why Learn Mathematics?

Students weigh in on a Place-based Education (PBE) activity in this video. student responses to help answer the question “Why am I learning math?” Your presentation will be helpful for educators, parents, and students. By: Zora Nunley, Evelyn Wybenga, and...
Paycheck Stub

Paycheck Stub

Student discusses with peer the paycheck stub assignment. In this assignment, the student estimated amount of pay needed to pay bills. By: Kaiya Ingram, 6th Grade Teacher: Charlene Jones, The James and Grace Lee Boggs School, Detroit Subject: Math Theme: General...
Drinking Water

Drinking Water

By: Landon McKinney, 9th Grade Teacher: Ann Saunders, Ypsilanti Community High School, Ypsilanti Subject: Biology Type: Video Click on the links above to see other gallery entries with the same terms.