This project invites students to learn about artists that invented new tools to more deeply and creatively explore the topics they find interesting. Students are invited to identify their own creative talents and topics of interest in order to imagine a new tool they might invent themselves.
The two links in this folder will direct you to the Open Architecture Network's web site, where you can learn about the two winners of the 2009 Curriki Honoraria for Most Innovative Use of the Better Classroom Design Curriculum.
This lesson is designed to have students research the historical significance of the Silk Road trade route, focus on the successes and failures of the variety of people to whom this trade corridor mattered (tradesmen, entrepreneurs, consumers, soldiers, and others), analyze the root of these success more
The March Community Read is a project to promote literacy and the love of reading at Oceanside High School's East campus. Students in grades ten through twelve, as well as staff, are encouraged to participate in any and all activities. Copies of a chosen novel are made available at the beginning more