Table of Contents
April - June:
If Stones Could Speak
Echoes: Brilliant Poets
Java for the Teacher
Walls That Talk
Stories from the
July - September
Nominate a Project!
October - December
Rebuilding a Nation's Spirit
Coming to America
Beyond Wild Justice
Circle of Life
January - March
Statistics: A Curiosity
Federal Holiday Web Quest
We, the Children
Pi, The Golden Ratio
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April - June 2003
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If Stones Could
Speak - The Chicago Tribune Tower has more than 100 famous stones,
including a moon rock, rock fragments from the Alamo, the Coliseum,
and the Great Wall of China. There are stones from all 50 US states
and many countries. Participants in this project will reserve “check
out” rock fragments and will create projects that share, through the
stone’s point of view, the historical importance surrounding the time
period that it represents.
Teacher-Editors: Glenn Gurley,
Highland School of Technology, Gastonia, NC
Eddie Hamblin, Randolph County Schools, Ashboro, NC
Brilliant Poets Inspiring Students of Poetry - Learn about
modern and contemporary poets and read student written poetry inspired
by these very writers. The
longer our list of poets the better!
Have your students write biographies of famous poets then
create works modeled after their poet of choice.
We’re creating an encyclopedia of modern and contemporary
poetry one classroom at a time. Please join us!
Teacher-Editor: Delia DeCourcy, Cary
Academy, Cary, NC
for the Teacher: A collection
of Java computer programs specifically designed by
junior and senior high school students to demonstrate
classroom content. Over the course of the year, junior
and senior high school students will write Java
computer programs to display topics that will help the teacher
teach. For example,
Teacher-Editor, Cathy McQuone, email@example.com
II - Display the Fibonacci Sequence up to the sum of 10,000
- Physics: Create a 3 column Table of
Horizontal and Vertical Distances of a Projectile tossed at 0, 1,
2, ... 90 degrees.
- Join us and serve up some Java for
YOUR teacher! You determine the content.
Florida State University School, Tallahassee, FL
Walls That Talk: Are there special walls in your region
that memorialize historical events? Consider how they might compare to
other memorial walls around the world. Students are invited to put
history into perspective by exploring special walls in their region,
adding to the virtual walls in this project, or creating their own "Wall
of America." Choose how you would like to participate...The design
of the project is up to you!
Go to the
Resources page to see a list of walls to get you started.
Albertson, New York
Stories From the
"You won't know where you're going until you've found where you've
Looking for a telecollaborative project to finish your school year off
with a bang? Classrooms across the country are invited to join the
middle school students from Master's Academy as they explore the proud
history behind the streets that surround where they live and go to
school. Project participants will research the historical background
behind their street names and create web pages to house the information.
Student work will be linked to the "Stories From the Streets" homepage.
Get a taste of the learning potential found in this project by viewing
the "Stories From the Street" student work from Master's Academy, a
project brimming with proud World War One military history. A link to
this students work is included on the project page.
Teacher Editor: Brenda Dyck
Master's Academy and College, Calgary, Alberta