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Participant

Affiliation

 

Project

Maureen Adair

Mt. Lebanon School District

 

Pittsburgh: Analyzing Change Over Time 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Luch Adams

Virginia Tech

 

Cesar Chavez and the United Farmworkers Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Kelly Ahlfeld

Mettawee Community School 

 

Store and Customer Then and Now 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Library with emphasis on Literacy Standards

Steven Alfieri

Mercyhurst University

 

Analysis of Primary Source Images depicting early American style settlements Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies

Lindsay Ames

Waynesburg University

 

Benjamin Franklin Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level 
Subject: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Enrichment

Robi Arbogast

Waynesburg University

 

You Can’t Play (Integration of Baseball) Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: History, Civil Rights, Language Arts

Alyssa Areford

Waynesburg University

 

The Experience of African Americans Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History, Civics, Geography, Language arts (writing and speaking), Mathematics, Art

Amanda Armstrong

Virginia Tech 

 

Who is the President? Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity Plan PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Civics

Allyson Ayres

Red Lion Area Senior High School

 

On the Home Front Webquest 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: American History
Essential Question: How does a country mobilize for war?

Rebecca Baczkowski

Asbury Christian Preschool

 

Exploring the Alphabet Thematic Primary Source Set PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: History
Essential Questions: Do these children look like you? Why/why not? What do you notice about the writing? Do we use the same things to learn the alphabet? How has learning the letters changed?

Allison Baker

Waynesburg University

 

March of the Civil Rights (The African American Experience) 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Music, Social Studies, Reading/Language Arts

Rosemary Bakhtiari

Woodrow Wilson High School

 

Political Cartoons as representations of the United States Political Party System Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Virginia and United States Government

Stephanie Ball

Waynesburg University

 

Baseball Across a Divided Society Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: History, Anthropology, Society, Geography, Creative Writing, Language Arts

Meghan Balogh

Waynesburg University

 

U.S. Presidents Unit Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: United States History

Heidi Bamford

Western New York Library Resources Council

 

The Long Civil Rights Movement: Social, Economic and Geographic Barriers Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Blueprint 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History

Jim Beegley

Central Penn College

 

The Role of the Underground Railroad in the Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Act Thematic Primary Source Set

Danielle Benson

Waynesburg University

 

The True Story of Jamestown Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History, Geography, Anthropology

Kaitlyn Berkebile

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, History

Amy Bickford

Newfound Area School District

 

Analysis and Interpretation of Primary Sources Related to Internment during WWII Classroom Activity Plan 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: U.S. History

Wendy Blankley

Millersville University

 

Orphan Train Immigration During the Late 1800's 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Lauren Boscaljon

Waynesburg University

 

Veterans Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Civics, History, Geography, Literature, Creative Writing, Government

Carencay Bowen

Excel Academy @ Francis M. Wood High School

 

African American Education Thematic Primary Source Set

Krystal Bowlen

Waynesburg University

 

Women's Suffrage Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies/ History and Language Art

Tina Bowser

Virginia Tech

 

Opposing Opinions between Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Virginia Studies

Casie Brigich

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, History

Annie Broadwater

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, History

Jen Brockman

Waynesburg University

 

The First Thanksgiving 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, Civics

     

From Germany to Panem--It's Time to Prove Your Loyalty. Kill or Be Killed. WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level

Abby Brooks

Waynesburg University

 

March of the Civil Rights (The African American Experience) 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Music, Social Studies, Reading/Language Arts

Robert Bucks

Millersville University

 

Civil Rights Connection 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies/Civil Rights and Social Unjustice

Carly Burt

Waynesburg University

 

The True Story of Jamestown Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History, Geography, Anthropology

Alison Busby

Waynesburg University

 

Immigration Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Art
Ellis Island Tour PowerPoint

Daniel Buzzard

Waynesburg University

 

Digging into the Constitution Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Political Science, History, Economics, geography, Civics, Culture

     

Ann B. Canning

TPS program at Waynesburg University

 

From Baseball to Rock-n-Roll WebQuest 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

     

WebQuesting at The Library of Congress
A Teacher WebQuest

Jon Carlier

Waynesburg University

 

Challenges for Immigrants Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary
Subject: History, Geography, and English

Paul Carney

Mercyhurst University

 

Use of American Propaganda as Imagery Tool During World War II Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary
Subject: American History

Stefan Chaussard

Waynesburg University

 

The Progressive Era Unit 9-12/Secondary
Subject: American History

Gared Chismer

Waynesburg University

 

Great Depression Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History

Karyn Chojnicki

Waynesburg University

 

Baseball Across a Divided Society Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: History, Anthropology, Society, Geography, Creative Writing, Language Arts

Mara Colamartino

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History, English, Art

Emily Cooper

Virginia Tech   

The Gettysburg Address Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies

Karen Corwin

Substitute Teacher

 

Understanding Political Cartoons of the Civil War Period 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary
Subject: Social Studies

Lauren Cowden

Waynesburg University

 

The Life and Impact of Martin Luther King Jr. Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Writing, Social Studies, Art

Elizabeth Crawford

University of North Carolina-Wilmington   

Human Migration (Push and Pull Factors) 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies (aligned with NC standards)

Alyssa Crile

Waynesburg University

 

Veterans Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Civics, History, Geography, Literature, Creative Writing, Government

Jackie Crites

Waynesburg University

 

Thanksgiving: Old and New Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Reading, Writing, History

Courtney Crouse

Waynesburg University

 

The 1930’s, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, and Historical Fiction Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: English Language Arts & History

     

Leeann Danley

Waynesburg University

 

Immigration Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Art
Ellis Island Tour PowerPoint

Rikki Davenport

Charleston County School District

 

Reconstruction 1865-1877 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: South Carolina History

Tonya Davis (Hall)

Baltimore City Public Schools/Monarch Academy

 

Immigration: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Humanities

Asha Dean

Waynesburg University

 

Roaring Twenties Mini Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies

David Divelbliss

Belle Vernon Area School District

 

 

Technology, Coal Mining, and Labor through 100 Years of American History 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies (American History)

Debbie Domingues-Murphy

City Charter High School

 

The Role of Political Cartoons in Challenging Propaganda and Highlighting Controversial Issues Thematic Primary Source Set

Patricia Eyer

South Orangetown Central School District

 

Performers, Politics and Pop Culture WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary

     

The Impact of the Automobile on the Environment Thematic Primary Source Set

     

Shannon Falleroni

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, History

Laura Faust

Waynesburg University

 

Digging into the Constitution Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Political Science, History, Economics, geography, Civics, Culture

Timothy Fields

Waynesburg University

 

Digging into the Constitution Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Political Science, History, Economics, Geography, Civics, Culture

Heather Flower

Waynesburg University

 

March of the Civil Rights (The African American Experience) 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Music, Social Studies, Reading/Language Arts

     

From Germany to Panem--It's Time to Prove Your Loyalty. Kill or Be Killed. WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level

Lindsey Floyd Virginia Tech  

The Holocaust Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: World History

Megan Fortna

Waynesburg University

 

Native American Assimilation through Eucation Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History, Sociology, Anthropology

Mary Conner Fowler

Virginia Tech

 

The role of women during World War II Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History

Katie Fox

Waynesburg University

 

The First Thanksgiving 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, Civics

Missy Fox

Waynesburg University

 

The First Thanksgiving 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, Civics

Jane Gates

Virginia Tech

 

American Home Front during World War II Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: US History, Social Studies

May George

Davidson College

 

Starved Rock as an Important Landmark in Illinois Thematic Primary Source Set

Greg Giardina

Sacred Heart Elementary School

 

The Cherokee Removal Thematic Primary Source Set

     

The Long Civil Rights Movement: Overview Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Blueprint 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History

Brandon Glenn

Waynesburg University

 

You Can't Play (Integration of Baseball) Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: History, Civil Rights, Language Arts

Corey Goeggelman

Waynesburg University

 

The Roaring 20's Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Covers the Culture, Prohibition Era, Presidents, the Lost Generation and the Economy during the 1920's

Marina Goldberg

Virginia Tech

 

Comparing and contrasting the lives of children in the early twentieth century to the present-day life of students Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Jill Goldsmith

Millersville University

 

Arriving on Ellis Island: The Early Immigration Experience PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History, Language Arts

Dave Graham

Cleveland White School

 

Blogging in the 1960's - The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom WebQuest 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: US History
Essential Question: How would bhe March on Washington been covered on the internet?

Amanda Greene

Waynesburg University

 

Women's Suffrage Movement 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Math, Art

     

Jenny Hage

Waynesburg University

 

The Inventive Wright Brothers Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, History, Geography, Language Arts

Angele Hagy

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Geography, History

Twyla J Haines

HOPE for Hyndman Charter School 

 

It's Elementary: Intorduction to 21st Century Learning WebQuest
Essential Question: How can an investigation of primary sources authenticate oral histories?

     

Why Should We Remember the Johnstown Flood? 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Science (Environmental Science, Earth Science), Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

James Hassett

Substitute Teacher

 

1970's Women and Equal Rights 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: US History 1865 to Present

     

India- Burma- China Campaign of World War II Thematic Primary Source Set

Alicia Haugen

Martha Elementary School

 

Past and Present: Homes Then and Now   Slideshow PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary
Subject: Social Studies

Jeff Hawks

Army Heritage Center Foundation

 

Shay's Rebellion and the U.S. Constitution Thematic Primary Source Set

     

American Entry into World War I 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Kathy Heidler

Central Christian Academy

 

Railroad Revolution Thematic Primary Source Set

     

Woman's Suffrage: Yea or Nay 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Language Arts

     

Thomas Jefferson: 21st Century Man WebQuest 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History

     

The Forgotten War? WebQuest 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Language Arts

Rachel Henrich

Waynesburg University

 

Veterans Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary
Subject: Civics, History, Geography, Literature, Creative Writing, Government

Dana Holzapfel

Waynesburg University

 

Thanksgiving: Old and New Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Reading, Writing, History

Blair Howarth

Waynesburg University

 

Thomas Jefferson: Forging a Nation Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Political Science, Civics, Economics, Historical Event, Geography, Individual, and Culture

Steve Hubsch

Waynesburg University

 

Early America/Thirteen Colonies Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: American History

Victoria Hughes

Vermont Historical Society

 

The Port Royal Experiment: Reform and Reconstruction Thematic Primary Source Set

     

Maddie Irwin

Virginia Tech

 

What were the major events that led to tension between the North and the South that led to the American Civil War? Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies, United States History to 1865

Juliann Isgan

Waynesburg University

 

Women's Suffrage Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies/History and Language Art

Morgan Jacobsen

Virginia Tech

 

The Jim Crow Laws and the Effect of the Laws in America Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Betty Johnson

American National University

 

The Great Awakening and the American Revolution Thematic Primary Source Set

Eileen Joll

East Allegheny School District

 

Inventions 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Science

     

The History and Engineering Design of Cars 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Science, Social Studies, and Technology

     

Ashley Kapp

Waynesburg University

 

Thanksgiving Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social studies/ History

Katherine Kauffman

Norwin School District

 

Japanese Internment WWII Thematic Primary Source Set 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History

Shakila Kienholz

Waynesburg University

 

The Statue of Liberty Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies and Language Arts 

Ruth Kim

Virginia Tech

 

Western Expansion and the Impact on Native Americans Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 3-5/Elementary Level 
Subject: Social Studies

Stevie Kline

Intermediate Unit 1

 

Turning S.T.E.M. into S.T.E.A.M. WebQuest 9-12/Secondary Level

     

The Johnstown Flood Thematic Primary Source Set

     

The Long Civil Rights Movement: Music Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Blueprint 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History

Tina Knaus

Waynesburg University

 

 

U.S. Presidents Unit Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: United States History

Katie Krocsko

Substitute Teacher

 

Do you see what I see? 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies

     

Billy Yank vs Johnny Reb WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies

 

 

 

Days of Infamy WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History

Rebecca Lane

Waynesburg University

 

Thanksgiving: A Pilgrim's Way Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Reading, and Writing

Erin Lange

Towson University

 

The Industrial Revolution Thematic Primary Source Set

Olivia Latimer 

Waynesburg University

 

Thanksgiving Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social studies/ History

Linda Lee

Manchester Community College

 

The Long Civil Rights Movement: Music and Dance Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Blueprint 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History

Ellen Limback

Waynesburg University

 

The Life and Impact of Martin Luther King Jr. Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Writing, Social Studies, Art

Richard Long

New England Kurn Hattin School

 

Civil War Thematic Primary Source Set

Doreen Lopez

 

 

Student Reactions to September 11 Attacks on the United States 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: ELA–Historical Fiction/Non-Fiction Text

Lauren Lovell

Virginia Tech

 

How did Native Americans influence Jamestown and the settlers? Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Virginia Studies

     

Casey Magyar

Waynesburg University

 

World War I 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: American History

Amy Martin

TPS program at Waynesburg University

 

HerStory WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: American History, Language Arts, & Visual Arts

Joyce Mason

Canon-McMillan School District

 

Turning S.T.E.M. into S.T.E.A.M. WebQuest 9-12/Secondary Level

 

 

 

Reaction to Increased Immigration, the Revolutions in Europe and the Legislative Reforms of the United States in the early 1900's Thematic Primary Source Set

     

The Johnstown Flood Thematic Primary Source Set

     

The Long Civil Rights Movement: Music Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Blueprint 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History

Zachary Mason

Waynesburg University

 

Thomas Jefferson: Forging a Nation Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Political Science, Civics, Economics, Historical Event, Geography, Individual, and Culture

Cheryl McCready

Substitute Teacher

 

Life Choices of the Suffragettes Lesson Plan 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: PA History

Emily McNece

Waynesburg University

 

Children’s Lives at the Turn of the 20th Century Unit Plan 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: U.S. History, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Alys Mihok

Upper Dauphin Elementary School

 

Labor Day: Just the Pool Closing? Lesson Plan PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary
Subject: Seasonal/Holiday

Brittany Mineard

Waynesburg University

 

Immigration Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Art 
Ellis Island Tour PowerPoint

Lakisha Mitchell

Prince George County Public Schools 

 

What impact did Civil Rights (segregation) have on the current education system? 6-8/Middle Level 
Subject: History

Rebecca Mohler

Millersville University

 

Ellis Island - Who came and how did they think/feel? PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: United States History – Social Studies

Nicole Morrow

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History, English, Art

     

Child Labor Laws Rights and Responsibilities Thematic Primary Source Set

Peggy Mourer

Seneca Valley School District

 

Considering the setting for the novel Uprising by Margaret Peterson Haddix 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Language Arts

Linda Muller

TPS program at California University of PA

 

John Brown, Murderer or Martyr? Thematic Primary Source Set

     

Colleen Nelson

 

 

Picasso's Dog WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: What makes Artwork WORK?

Katalin Nyikos

 

 

Civil Liberties vs. National Security: WWII Japanese Internment as a Case Study using SCIM-C and LOC Primary Sources WebQuest 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: What is the reasonable balance between a country’s need for security in times of political crisis/war and the civil liberties of its citizens?

 

 

 

Christmas Truce of 1914 Thematic Primary Source Set

Chris O'Neil

Pinkerton Academy

 

World War II Propaganda Thematic Primary Source Set

Reba Parry

Waynesburg University

 

Recalling September 11, 2001 Learning Center  3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Language Arts, Science, Social Studies and Art (enrichment)

Denise Peloquin-Burns

The Prout School 

 

Emily Dickinson among her Contemporaries: Transcendentalist or Modern Poet? 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Honors English

Michelle Penyy

Copiague School District

 

How has the labor movement changed throughout American History? 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: U.S. History and Government

Pat Phillips

Grace Christian School

 

Lynchings in Twentieth Century America Investigative Activity

Jayme Pieretti

Calvert County Public Schools

 

World War I in the Trenches 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: World History

Jason Poland

Waynesburg University

 

Challenges for Immigrants 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History, Geography, and English

Melanie Polesovsky

Waynesburg University

 

Recalling September 11, 2001 Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Language Arts, Science, Social Studies and Art (enrichment)

Joyce Polucha

Cumberland High School

 

Child Labor in Rhode Island 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: US History 

Jaimee Post

Waynesburg University

 

The Experience of African Americans Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary, 3-5/Elementary Level 
Subject: History, Civics, Geography, Language arts (writing and speaking), Mathematics, Art

Mollie Pugh

Waynesburg University

 

Digging into the Constitution Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Political Science, History, Economics, Geography, Civics, Culture

Breann Putman

Waynesburg University

 

The Wright Brothers and Aviation Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, and Science

     

Rachel Red-Horse

Waynesburg University

 

You Can't Play (Integration of Baseball) Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: History, Civil Rights, Language Arts

Megan Resser

Millersville University

 

Women of Courage: Sojourner Truth & Harriet Tubman 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History

Gina Rice

Waynesburg University

 

Women's Suffrage Movement 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Math, Art

Barbara Rimkunas

Exeter Historical Society

 

Abraham Lincoln, Free Soil Candidate Thematic Primary Source Set

Chelsee Ritz

Waynesburg University

 

Baseball Across a Divided Society Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary
Subject: History, Anthropology, Society, Geography, Creative Writing, Language Arts

Regis Rogel

Waynesburg University

 

Benjamin Franklin Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Enrichment

Kristina Rokicki


 

 

A Comparison of the Environmental Movements through the Eyes of Its Participants 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Science 
Sub-Subjects: Social Studies, English, and Technology 

Nicole Roper

West Catholic High School

 

Jim Crow Laws Thematic Primary Source Set

Beonka Salazar

Waynesburg University

 

The True Story of Jamestown Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History, Geography, Anthropology

B. Sammler

   

Industrial Revolution – Child Labor Conditions Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History

Stephanie Sapic

Waynesburg University

 

Veterans Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary
Subject: Civics, History, Geography, Literature, Creative Writing, Government

Kameron Schaefer

Waynesburg University

 

An Overview of American Expansion Westward Unit 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Geography/History

     

Children for Change 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies and Language Arts

Kristine Schiffbauer

Waynesburg University

 

Timeless Type: Exploring Typography in Early American Printing WebQuest 13+/College or University Level

Carly Schubert

Waynesburg University

 

Benjamin Franklin Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Enrichment

Dustin Sheffer

Millersville University

 

Conestoga Wagons 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies (Pennsylvania History)

Mary Sielski

Waynesburg University

 

The Many Faces of Advertising 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: US History

Dan Silva

Morris School District

 

Visualizing Washington's Crossing Thematic Primary Source Set

Darshell Silva

Rocky Hill School

 

The Federal Theatre Project Webquest 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Digital/ Information Literacy
Essential Question: How was FTP spending in 1935 beneficial or not to American taxpayers?

Justin Simmons

Waynebsurg University 

 

America’s Run-up to Civil War Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History, Geography, Civics

Nicole Skinner

Waynesburg University

 

U.S. Presidents Unit Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: United States History

April Slampak

Waynesburg University

 

Baseball Across a Divided Society Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary
Subject: History, Anthropology, Society, Geography, Creative Writing, Language Arts

Patricia Slaughter

Millersville University

 

Child Labor in America 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Candace Slobodnik

Crossland High School

 

The "Red Scare": American Reaction to Communism (1930's) Thematic Primary Source Set

Alex Smith

Waynesburg University

 

Progress and Reform: US History 1870-1914 Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Historical Event, Economics, Individual, Geography, Cultural, and Civics

Jennifer Smith

Waynesburg University

 

Emancipation: Effects on Individuals 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History/Social Studies Student Notebook Document Set

Laura Smith

Waynesburg University

 

Thanksgiving: A Pilgrim's Way Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Reading, and Writing

Laurelin Smith

Millersville University

 

Creating Abraham Lincoln 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies/Abraham Lincoln

Stephanie Smith

Millersville University

 

Out of the Dust and Life in the Dust Bowl: Analyzing Primary Sources 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies, History, Great Depression, Dust Bowl

RaeLynne Snyder

Patterson Park Public Charter School

 

Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation Thematic Primary Source Set

Victoria Stapf

Waynesburg University

 

Native American Assimilation through Eucation Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History, Sociology, Anthropology

Lauren Stevenson

Virginia Tech

 

Holocaust Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: World History

Caitlin Storcks

Virginia Tech

 
 

What is the truth about Pocahontas? Did Pocahontas marry John Smith and live happily ever after? Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

Ashley Swestyn

Waynesburg University

 

Women's Suffrage Movement 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Math, Art

Adam Swingle

Waynesburg University

 

Roles of Government Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Math, Art

Hannah Szymanik

Waynesburg University

 

The Inventive Wright Brothers Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, History, Geography, Language Arts

     

Priscilla Taylor

Lawrence Middle School

 

Children for Hire: What's Wrong with This Picture? Thematic Primary Source Set

Nate Tedjeske

Waynesburg University

 

Progress and Reform: US History 1870-1914 Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Historical Event, Economics, Individual, Geography, Cultural, and Civics

Gay Thistle

TPS-WU

 

Pittsburgh: Analyzing Change Over Time 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies

     

Effects of Human Interaction on the Environment Lesson Plan 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Environmental Science/Ecology

Amy Thornton

Hillcrest Christian Academy

 

Memorials and Their Meaning: September 11, 2001-Do You Remember? 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History and Language Arts

     

Found Poetry 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History, Language Arts & Writing

     

John Brown a Hero? 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies Student Workbook

     

The Lay of the Land 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies/Geography

     

Emancipation: Effects on Individuals 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History/Social Studies Student Notebook Document Set

     

Women in Early American History 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History and Politics

Travis Townsend

Waynesburg University

 

American History: WWII Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: America's Involvement in World War II

Paige Uram

Waynesburg University

 

The Experience of African Americans Learning Unit  PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: History, Civics, Geography, Language Arts (writing & speaking), Mathematics, Art

Matt Urtz

Madison County

 

"It needed to be done." The responsibility of American women in the manufacturing industry during WWII Thematic Primary Source Set

Maranda Valentino

Waynesburg University

 

Woman’s Suffrage Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: History, Government, Economics, Geography

Corey R. Van Scoy

Waynesburg University

 

Thomas Jefferson: Forging a Nation Learning Unit 6-8/Middle Level, 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Political Science, Civics, Economics, Historical Event, Geography, Individual, and Culture

Makayla Vidosh

Waynesburg University

 

The Wright Brothers and Aviation Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level, 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, and Science

Tia Wadsworth

Waynesburg University

 

Recalling September 11, 2001 Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level 
Subject: Language Arts, Science, Social Studies and Art (enrichment)

Chelsea Watson

Waynesburg University

 

The Inventive Wright Brothers Learning Unit 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, History, Geography, Language Arts

Brianna Watt

Waynesburg University

 

The Statue of Liberty Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies and Language Arts

Renee Watts

Waynesburg University

 

The Statue of Liberty Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies and Language Arts

April Weber

Millersville University

 

Westward Expansion 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Social Studies: History (sub-subject: Geography) and Language Arts
Essay Rubric Wagon Wheel Graphic Organizer
Westward Expansion PowerPoint with Library of Congress Images

Amy Westwood

Monongalia County Schools

 

Sit-ins and Freedom Rides: Reformers in Action Thematic Primary Source Set

Virginia Williams

Virginia Tech

 

Clara Barton Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: US History to 1865

Zachary Wilson

Pittsburgh Urban Christian School

 

The Little Guys in The Great War WebQuest 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Social Studies

     

Scott's Great Snake and Beyond: Identifying Bias in Primary Sources
How can one identify bias in a primary source?
Subject: American Civil War

     

World War I Armistice Thematic Primary Source Set and Classroom Activity 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: United States History

Sue Wise

TPS-WU

 

HerStory WebQuest  6-8/Middle Level
Subject: American History, Language Arts, & Visual Arts

     

Children for Change 3-5/Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies and Language Arts

Brittany Wishner

Waynesburg University

 

The Constitution 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: History, English, Art

Nikolai Wojciechowski

Waynesburg University

 

Progress and Reform: US History 1870-1914 Learning Unit 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: Historical Event, Economics, Individual, Geography, Cultural, and Civics

Ashley Wood

Waynesburg University

 

Benjamin Franklin Learning Center 3-5/Elementary Level, 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Enrichment

Hannah Yoder

Waynesburg University

 

Thanksgiving: A Pilgrim's Way Learning Unit PreK-2/Early Childhood/Lower Elementary Level
Subject: Social Studies, Reading, and Writing

Charles Youngs

Bethel Park School District

 

Young Soldiers of the Civil War Investigative Activity

     

Heart of Darkness Lesson Plan 9-12/Secondary Level
Subject: English Language Arts, History/Social Studies, Historical Literary Criticism
Heart of Darkness Field Testing Follow-up Survey

Shanna Yourchik

Greene County Human Services

 

Prohibition: The Noble Experiment WebQuest 6-8/Middle Level
Subject: Drug & Alcohol
Essential Question: How did prohibition change a person's outlook on the use of Alcohol?

 

 

 

 


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