Index of all Curriculum Units, 1978-2020
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Earth Science (see Science)

Ecology and Environmental Science (see Bioethics; Biology; Science; Sustainability)

Acid Rain
03.05.01 Do We Need to Wear a Rainhat? Acid Rain: Causes, Effects, and Possible Solutions

Allergens

Environmental
99.06.02 Asthma and the Environment
06.05.05 A Child's Journey through Medicine

Atmosphere
91.06.02 Global Change for The Basic Mathematics Student
91.06.04 Earth’s Changing Atmosphere
93.05.02 The Atmosphere and the Environment: Four Environmental Problems
93.05.11 Environmental Studies: An Approach to Educate and Preserve Our Planet
94.05.01 Meteorology
94.05.06 The Hows and Whys of our Connecticut Weather
95.05.02 Dewey and Chemistry: The Water Cycle Revisited
97.06.05 Students’ Response to Global Changes
97.06.11 A Dramatic World: An Eighth Grade Theater Curriculum for Earth’s Future Caretakers
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars
99.06.04 Problem Solving Using Mathematics Spatially to Interpret Environmental Issues
15.03.07 Planet Protectors

Biodiversity Conservation
05.05.01 The Impacts of Human Activities on Biodiversity in New Haven County
05.05.03 Connecticut Wildlife: Biodiversity and Conservation Status of Our Vertebrate Populations
05.05.06 Jane Goodall, Renowned Naturalist and Champion of Chimpanzees
05.05.08 After the Garbage Can: Where Does Our Trash Go?
05.05.09 Cycles of Life in an Urban Habitat: Changes in Biodiversity
05.05.10 Harvesting the New World: Changing Land Uses and Contact Between Cultures in Colonial Times

Bioethics
00.07.05 Ethical Problems Surrounding Surrogate Motherhood

Biomes
92.05.12 North American Biomes
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars

Calcium Cycle
85.07.08 The Calcium Cycle

Carbon Cycle
12.04.05 The Mathematics of a Warming Arctic
15.03.01 The Carbon Cycle and the Connection to Human Activity
18.02.02 Ocean Acidification, Imminent Mass Extinction?

Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Material Culture
98.03.03 Technological Change in a Coastal New England Village, 1790-1990 -- The Duck Creek Harbor Site, Wellfleet, Massachusetts

Composting
93.05.10 Environmental Science: A Hands-On Approach

Connecticut

General
84.06.01 Geology of Connecticut Soil, Rock and Minerals
84.06.02 The Geologic History of the Earth and Connecticut: Effects it had on our State
84.06.03 Wintergreen Brook
84.06.04 The Marsh Land as a Changing Environment
84.06.05 The Mill River Water Unit
84.06.06 The Geology of West River
84.06.07 An Introduction to the Marine Environment and Geology of City Point: A Model for Experiential Teaching
84.06.10 Gateway to New Haven: The New Haven Harbor
84.06.11 Know Your Watershed
94.05.01 Meteorology
95.05.02 Dewey and Chemistry: The Water Cycle Revisited
95.05.03 Connecticut’s Freshwater Wetlands
95.05.04 Geology and Connecticut
95.05.05 Saving Energy Makes Cents
95.05.06 LIONS and TIGERS and BEARS. . .Oh My! Animals of Connecticut and the World
95.05.07 A Special Relationship: Connecticut and Its Settlers
95.05.08 The Animal Kingdom
95.05.09 Integrating PHysical Science and the Geological Environment
95.05.10 A Mathematical Look at Connecticut’s Geological Environmental
98.07.03 Life in 2010

Kelsey Island
97.06.04 Themes to Encourage Awareness of Environmental Changes on the Shoreline of Connecticut in Elementary School Students: The Case of Kelsey Island

Consumerism and
10.01.03 Environmental Consumerism

of Doñana National Park
99.06.01 Human-Environment Relations: A Case Study of Donana National Park, Andalucia, Spain and the Los Frailes Mine Toxic Spill of 1998

Earthquake and Tsunami
07.04.08 Making Waves: A Study of Earthquakes and Tsunami
07.04.09 The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812: Shaking Our Misconceptions about Earthquakes in United States History
14.02.03 Communities Responding to Natural Disasters: Two Forces to be Reckoned With

Ecosystems
81.05.10 Creating Our Energy Future
92.05.01 Biosphere 2 and Beyond
92.05.02 Classroom Critters
92.05.03 Ecosystems: Can I Help?
92.05.04 Classroom Ecosystems: Windows on Our Environment
92.05.05 Biosphere II
92.05.07 Pond Ecology
92.05.08 Organic and Inorganic Recycling
92.05.09 Man’s Struggle for Environmental Preservation
92.05.10 Mathematics and Ecology: Through the Window Garden
92.05.11 Microcosms in the Biosphere and How They Affect Humans
94.05.04 Climate and Ecology
95.05.03 Connecticut’s Freshwater Wetlands
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children
96.02.04 The Risk-Benefit Factor Challenging Our Environment
96.02.05 Environmental Health Hazards and Children
97.07.02 The Gaia Hypothesis: an approach to problem solving in the environment.
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars
97.07.11 New Haven: Your Coastal Community
01.02.01 Reading the Landscape: Geology and Ecology in the Nineteenth Century American Landscape Paintings of Frederic E. Church
10.03.02 How Microbes Help Ecosystems
10.03.04 Ecosystems Beneath the Surface
10.03.06 Microbial Influence on Earth's Systems
13.04.02 Just Ask! Exploring Marine Life of Long Island Sound

Aquariums/Terrariums
92.05.02 Classroom Critters
10.03.03 Life Underground

Biomes
92.05.12 North American Biomes
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars

Mathematics of
92.05.06 The Integration of Science and Math Through Ecosystems

Endangered Species
97.07.08 Building Environmental Awareness Through Children’s Literature
05.05.06 Jane Goodall, Renowned Naturalist and Champion of Chimpanzees
13.01.02 Blame It on Little Red Riding Hood

Energy (see Energy)
95.05.05 Saving Energy Makes Cents
04.04.04 Energy in a Clean Environment
04.04.05 Industrial Revolution in America: Exploring the Effects of the Heat Engine on the Growth of Cities
04.04.09 Fueling around with Energy: A Comparative Study of Conventional and Renewable Energy Use among Nations
04.04.11 Fossil Fuel Sources, Usage and Alternatives: What Are the Options?
10.04.01 Searching for Tomorrow's Energy
10.04.03 Energy and Me: What Is My Responsibility?
10.04.04 Renewable Energy in Connecticut – Softening Our Footprint through Sustainable Energy Use
10.04.05 Eco-Kids: How Students Can Help Save the World
10.04.07 Current Sources of Energy to Maintain a Sustainable Future
13.03.02 Robotic Construction Using Sustainable Energy and Design
13.03.03 Green Construction
13.03.04 The Cost of Our Futures: Oil Markets and Government Intervention
18.02.01 Alternative Energies: Student Designed, Renewable Resource Driven "Power Plants"

Conservation

(see Sustainability)
95.05.05 Saving Energy Makes Cents

Crisis
80.05.05 The Energy Crisis

Ethics and
00.07.05 Ethical Problems Surrounding Surrogate Motherhood
05.05.07 Species Diversity in Ecosystems with Different Techniques of Land Management

Extinction
96.06.03 Asteroids, Comets, and Meteorites: Their Intimate Relation with Life on Earth

Farms
11.04.03 Farm Wars: Old MacDonald versus the Factory Farm

Fisheries
02.05.04 The Aquatic Environment

Oyster Industry in New Haven
03.05.06 The New Haven Oyster Industry and Water Quality
05.05.04 Historical Harbor Habitats

Food
87.06.04 The Science and Technology of Food: The Food Unit
97.07.09 Nutrition: It’s in Your hands
11.04.06 Thinking about Food: Making Sustainable Food Choices
14.04.08 Generation GMO: The Good, the Bad and the Genetically Modified

Chain
97.07.08 Building Environmental Awareness Through Children’s Literature
05.05.02 Regions and Habitats

Health
02.05.01 Qué comes tú?/What do you eat?
02.05.03 Food Environmental Quality and Health
02.05.07 You Are What You Eat: How Food Quality Affects Your Health
02.05.08 Healthy Diet, Healthy Eyes
02.05.09 Nutritional Influence on Illness and Disease
14.04.09 Microbiomes in and on Our Bodies

Pesticides
96.02.06 Food Pesticides and Their Risks to Children
97.07.06 A Hands-on Approach to Environmental Quality
97.07.07 From the Farm to Your Table: Where Does Our Food Come From?
97.07.09 Nutrition: It’s in Your hands
02.05.02 Quality of Life Investigations: Risk Reductions
02.05.06 Preparing for the New Haven Public School Science Fair Through Environmental Science

Forests
81.05.04 A Tree Is More Than A Street Name
96.02.02 The Earth and Me: Forever Friends

Gardens
00.06.03 Gardens in an Urban Environment
05.05.09 Cycles of Life in an Urban Habitat: Changes in Biodiversity

General
87.06.03 Space Shuttle Science
90.03.03 The People and Philosophy Behind Our National Parks: A Biographical Curriculum Unit
93.05.04 Environmental Savior
93.05.05 Environmental Chemistry
93.05.08 What We As Students Can Do To Save Our World
93.05.09 Environmental Responsibility
94.05.01 Meteorology
99.06.07 Are You Balanced With Your Environment?

Genetically Engineered Food
02.05.10 For Optimum Health: Revising the Food Pyramid
07.05.04 Genetically Engineered Food: Altering the Blueprint

Geology
93.05.07 Its Getting Thinner and Thinner
95.05.01 Geology of Connecticut
17.02.07 Stream Table Science: How Water Changes the Land

Global Change
91.06.01 Weather, Climate and Environmental Change
91.06.02 Global Change for The Basic Mathematics Student
91.06.04 Earth’s Changing Atmosphere
91.06.05 The Great Continental Drift Mystery
93.05.02 The Atmosphere and the Environment: Four Environmental Problems
93.05.04 Environmental Savior
97.06.03 Water, Weather, and the World
97.06.05 Students’ Response to Global Changes
97.06.07 The Ocean: A Watery World
97.06.11 A Dramatic World: An Eighth Grade Theater Curriculum for Earth’s Future Caretakers
97.07.02 The Gaia Hypothesis: an approach to problem solving in the environment.
07.04.01 How Heating and Convection Contributes to Natural Disasters
07.04.02 Disaster Cycles
07.04.04 Severe Weather Trackers
07.04.05 Greenhouse Gases: The Chemistry Behind the Culprits
07.04.07 Global Warming and Hurricanes: Is an Increase in the Number of Stronger Hurricanes an Indicator of Global Warming?
08.05.02 When Earth Fails: How Earth’s Physical Changes Cause Natural Disasters
10.03.06 Microbial Influence on Earth's Systems
12.04.05 The Mathematics of a Warming Arctic
18.02.02 Ocean Acidification, Imminent Mass Extinction?
18.02.03 Engineering Solutions to a Changing Climate
18.02.04 Humans as Invasive Species: Their Impact on the Environment and Adaptations to Live with the Changes to our Climate

Greenhouse Effect
07.04.05 Greenhouse Gases: The Chemistry Behind the Culprits
05.04.09 The Greenhouse Effect and Me: How Do We Affect Each Other?
15.03.03 Potential Causes of Climate Change
15.03.05 How Does A Solar Oven Work?
15.03.06 Political Debates over Climate Change
15.03.07 Planet Protectors

Hazardous Waste
81.05.05 The Hazardous Waste Dilemma
93.05.06 Preventing Lead Poisoning in Children
96.02.04 The Risk-Benefit Factor Challenging Our Environment
96.02.05 Environmental Health Hazards and Children
97.07.05 Lead Contamination In Our Environment

Human
98.07.03 Life in 2010

Population
80.05.07 Human Ecology: How it Relates to Population
03.02.01 Death and Dying in Puritan New England: A Study Based on Early Gravestones, Vital Records, and other Primary Sources Relating to Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Impact of Humans
01.02.01 Reading the Landscape: Geology and Ecology in the Nineteenth Century American Landscape Paintings of Frederic E. Church
05.04.09 The Greenhouse Effect and Me: How Do We Affect Each Other?
05.05.07 Species Diversity in Ecosystems with Different Techniques of Land Management
15.03.03 Potential Causes of Climate Change
18.02.08 Indoor Air Pollution
19.03.08 Introduction to Biotechnology

on Oceans
11.04.01 The Trouble with Oil

of Inland Wetlands

Connecticut
85.07.09 Inland Wetlands
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children

Long Island Sound
97.06.08 Long Island Sound
97.06.09 Nonpoint Source Pollution in Long Island Sound: A Collaborative Teaching Unit for the Reading Lab.
97.07.11 New Haven: Your Coastal Community
10.03.02 How Microbes Help Ecosystems
10.03.05 Microbes in Long Island Sound
13.04.09 The Scientific Method Goes Swimming in the Long Island Sound
15.03.04 How Humans Impact the Long Island Sound
17.02.03 The Extraordinary Life and Journey of Migratory Fish, through the Connecticut Watershed, the Long Island Sound, and the Atlantic Ocean
17.02.05 Lobster Die-off in the Long Island Sound

Marshes, Saltwater
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children

Mathematics and
80.05.12 Developing Environmental Awareness Through Problem Solving
91.06.02 Global Change for The Basic Mathematics Student
91.06.03 Scaling the Natural World Using Dimensional Analysis
92.05.06 The Integration of Science and Math Through Ecosystems
97.07.10 The Environment Around Me
07.04.10 Modeling Natural Disasters with Mathematical Functions
17.02.09 The Statistics of Watershed Science

Meteorology
94.05.01 Meteorology
94.05.05 Weather Basics
05.04.10 Sun and Weather
07.04.03 Fueling Extreme Weather
07.04.04 Severe Weather Trackers

Natural Disasters
07.04.01 How Heating and Convection Contributes to Natural Disasters
07.04.02 Disaster Cycles
07.04.03 Fueling Extreme Weather
07.04.04 Severe Weather Trackers
07.04.05 Greenhouse Gases: The Chemistry Behind the Culprits
07.04.06 Does Global Warming Increase the Intensity of Atmospheric Natural Disasters?
07.04.07 Global Warming and Hurricanes: Is an Increase in the Number of Stronger Hurricanes an Indicator of Global Warming?
07.04.08 Making Waves: A Study of Earthquakes and Tsunami
07.04.09 The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812: Shaking Our Misconceptions about Earthquakes in United States History
07.04.10 Modeling Natural Disasters with Mathematical Functions
07.04.11 Natural Disasters and the Five Themes of Geography
07.04.12 Natural Disasters: An Adventure in Non-Fiction
07.04.13 Myths and Legends on Natural Disasters: Making Sense of Our World
14.02.03 Communities Responding to Natural Disasters: Two Forces to be Reckoned With

Natural Resources
98.07.04 Population Needs vs. Population Deeds

New Haven, Connecticut
79.03.05 Fair Haven: An Historical and Ecological Field Study
91.06.01 Weather, Climate and Environmental Change
92.05.06 The Integration of Science and Math Through Ecosystems
93.05.01 The Mill River: An Outdoor Laboratory
94.05.01 Meteorology
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children
97.07.11 New Haven: Your Coastal Community
00.06.04 Purification v. Population: Green v. Gray The Plant Kingdom’s Impact on Air Quality
01.02.01 Reading the Landscape: Geology and Ecology in the Nineteenth Century American Landscape Paintings of Frederic E. Church
05.05.01 The Impacts of Human Activities on Biodiversity in New Haven County
17.02.08 New Haven Watershed Problems in 2017

Edgewood Park
99.06.05 Edgewood Speaks: Politically, Historically, Scientifically and Ethically

Fair Haven
79.03.06 Urban Renewal in New Haven

Harbor
05.05.04 Historical Harbor Habitats

Hill Neighborhood
05.05.05 Flora and Fauna of the Hill Neighborhood

Lighthouse Point
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children

Mill River
95.05.11 A Comparison Study of Water Habitats for Primary Age Children

West Rock
01.02.01 Reading the Landscape: Geology and Ecology in the Nineteenth Century American Landscape Paintings of Frederic E. Church

Persian Gulf War Syndrome
96.02.08 The Gulf War and its Consequences
96.02.10 Is Gulf War Syndrome a Significant Health Issue the U.S. Government has Tried to Cover Up?

Pesticides
97.07.06 A Hands-on Approach to Environmental Quality
06.01.02 The Photographed Environment in America

Plants
97.07.03 You Can Change the World
97.07.06 A Hands-on Approach to Environmental Quality
99.06.06 Abiotic Factors & Plants: A Local Pollution Study with Global Implications
00.06.02 How Plants Help Us Breathe

Evolution
80.05.01 The Evolution of Plants

Pollination
80.05.10 Pollination Ecology in the Classroom

Pollution
93.05.08 What We As Students Can Do To Save Our World
94.05.01 Meteorology
96.02.02 The Earth and Me: Forever Friends
97.07.01 “Where are Environmental Hazards?”
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars
97.07.08 Building Environmental Awareness Through Children’s Literature
99.06.06 Abiotic Factors & Plants: A Local Pollution Study with Global Implications
99.06.07 Are You Balanced With Your Environment?
05.05.08 After the Garbage Can: Where Does Our Trash Go?

of Air
86.06.04 Where, Oh Where is All the Clean Air?
86.06.05 Atmospheric Changes and Energy Loss Due to Industrial and Residential Combustion of Hydrocarbon Fuels
86.06.06 Motivational Techniques and Materials for Teaching High School Science in the City of New Haven
88.06.06 The Cause and Effects of Air Pollution
92.05.09 Man’s Struggle for Environmental Preservation
93.05.02 The Atmosphere and the Environment: Four Environmental Problems
93.05.11 Environmental Studies: An Approach to Educate and Preserve Our Planet
96.02.01 Environmental Racism and the Urban School Child
99.06.02 Asthma and the Environment
99.06.03 Making Wise Environmental Decisions
00.06.04 Purification v. Population: Green v. Gray The Plant Kingdom’s Impact on Air Quality
03.05.01 Do We Need to Wear a Rainhat? Acid Rain: Causes, Effects, and Possible Solutions
11.04.02 Indoor versus Outdoor Air: What's the Difference?

Hazardous Waste
81.05.05 The Hazardous Waste Dilemma
92.05.09 Man’s Struggle for Environmental Preservation
93.05.06 Preventing Lead Poisoning in Children
96.02.04 The Risk-Benefit Factor Challenging Our Environment

Land and Water
90.03.01 The Wilderness Concept-Our National Parks, History, and Issues
15.03.04 How Humans Impact the Long Island Sound

of Land
99.06.03 Making Wise Environmental Decisions

Lead Poisoning
96.02.01 Environmental Racism and the Urban School Child
97.07.05 Lead Contamination In Our Environment

Long Island Sound
97.06.08 Long Island Sound
97.06.09 Nonpoint Source Pollution in Long Island Sound: A Collaborative Teaching Unit for the Reading Lab.
97.06.10 Long Island Sound-A Research Skill Approach
13.04.02 Just Ask! Exploring Marine Life of Long Island Sound
13.04.09 The Scientific Method Goes Swimming in the Long Island Sound
15.03.04 How Humans Impact the Long Island Sound
17.02.05 Lobster Die-off in the Long Island Sound

Noise
00.05.04 Math and Science Objectives Taught Using Sound and Music Concepts

Nonpoint Source
97.06.08 Long Island Sound
97.06.09 Nonpoint Source Pollution in Long Island Sound: A Collaborative Teaching Unit for the Reading Lab.
97.06.10 Long Island Sound-A Research Skill Approach

of Ocean
93.05.03 Our Mission: Save Planet Earth
13.03.06 Save Our Sea Creatures One Plastic Bottle At a Time

Testing
97.07.10 The Environment Around Me

of Water
99.06.03 Making Wise Environmental Decisions
03.05.01 Do We Need to Wear a Rainhat? Acid Rain: Causes, Effects, and Possible Solutions
03.05.02 Think Before You Drink!
03.05.03 The Journey of New Haven Water
03.05.04 Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink
03.05.05 Water: Our Most Important Beverage
03.05.06 The New Haven Oyster Industry and Water Quality
03.05.07 Water Will, Water Way
03.05.08 WHO Wants Clean Water! Do You? Solving Conflicts Over International Water Rights Issues
03.05.09 Kids Conserve… Water Preserved
11.04.01 The Trouble with Oil
15.03.04 How Humans Impact the Long Island Sound
17.02.10 Cheers to Your Health: The Connection between Water Sources and Disease
18.02.02 Ocean Acidification, Imminent Mass Extinction?

Population
98.07.08 Culture, Crisis and Population Explosion: A Deweyan Approach in the Classroom

Endocrine Disruption
09.05.07 Endocrine Disruptors in Our Drinking Water: Should We Be Concerned?

Graphic Display
08.06.02 Displaying Populations: Jellybeans, Paper and People

Preservation
92.05.09 Man’s Struggle for Environmental Preservation
99.06.03 Making Wise Environmental Decisions
99.06.07 Are You Balanced With Your Environment?
15.03.07 Planet Protectors

and Racism
96.02.01 Environmental Racism and the Urban School Child

Rainforests
93.05.03 Our Mission: Save Planet Earth
94.05.05 Weather Basics
98.01.07 Heroes and Villains of the Rain Forest: Latin American History through Film

Recycling
93.05.10 Environmental Science: A Hands-On Approach
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars
00.06.03 Gardens in an Urban Environment
05.05.08 After the Garbage Can: Where Does Our Trash Go?
13.03.06 Save Our Sea Creatures One Plastic Bottle At a Time

and Art
10.01.08 Is It Trash? Sculpture That Recycles

Regions of U.S.
05.05.02 Regions and Habitats

Rivers and Estuaries
93.05.01 The Mill River: An Outdoor Laboratory
97.06.02 The Connecticut Watershed and Its Impact On The Water Quality of Long Island Sound—A Curriculum Adapted for Use with Blind and Visually Impaired Students

The West River
99.06.05 Edgewood Speaks: Politically, Historically, Scientifically and Ethically

Soil
96.02.02 The Earth and Me: Forever Friends

Solar Energy
81.05.07 Solar Energy
10.04.02 The Mathematics of Convection: Nature's Model for Energy Production
10.04.03 Energy and Me: What Is My Responsibility?
10.04.05 Eco-Kids: How Students Can Help Save the World
10.04.07 Current Sources of Energy to Maintain a Sustainable Future
15.03.05 How Does A Solar Oven Work?
15.03.07 Planet Protectors

Water
81.05.03 Water, Promises and Problems
87.06.07 The Science & Technology of Water
94.05.02 Learning About The Water Around Us
95.05.05 Saving Energy Makes Cents
96.02.02 The Earth and Me: Forever Friends
96.02.04 The Risk-Benefit Factor Challenging Our Environment
97.06.02 The Connecticut Watershed and Its Impact On The Water Quality of Long Island Sound—A Curriculum Adapted for Use with Blind and Visually Impaired Students
97.06.03 Water, Weather, and the World
03.05.01 Do We Need to Wear a Rainhat? Acid Rain: Causes, Effects, and Possible Solutions
03.05.02 Think Before You Drink!
03.05.03 The Journey of New Haven Water
03.05.04 Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink
03.05.05 Water: Our Most Important Beverage
03.05.06 The New Haven Oyster Industry and Water Quality
03.05.07 Water Will, Water Way
03.05.08 WHO Wants Clean Water! Do You? Solving Conflicts Over International Water Rights Issues
03.05.09 Kids Conserve… Water Preserved
13.04.09 The Scientific Method Goes Swimming in the Long Island Sound
17.02.01 Evapotranspiration: Gravity Defying Water
17.02.02 Follow the Water
17.02.03 The Extraordinary Life and Journey of Migratory Fish, through the Connecticut Watershed, the Long Island Sound, and the Atlantic Ocean
17.02.04 Chemistry of Inland Waters
17.02.06 Watersheds and the Cycles of Matter
17.02.07 Stream Table Science: How Water Changes the Land
17.02.08 New Haven Watershed Problems in 2017
17.02.09 The Statistics of Watershed Science
18.02.05 Is This Water Safe to Drink?
18.02.06 Water Filtration Engineering in the Elementary Grades

Cycle
97.07.08 Building Environmental Awareness Through Children’s Literature
03.05.03 The Journey of New Haven Water
03.05.04 Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink
07.04.02 Disaster Cycles

Endocrine Disruption
09.05.07 Endocrine Disruptors in Our Drinking Water: Should We Be Concerned?

Weather
94.05.06 The Hows and Whys of our Connecticut Weather
94.05.07 Understanding and Maintaining the Classroom Weather Station
94.05.10 Weather or Not
97.06.01 Global Environmental Coastal Changes: Cause and Effect A “Hands-On” Approach Primary Style
97.06.03 Water, Weather, and the World
97.06.05 Students’ Response to Global Changes
97.06.07 The Ocean: A Watery World
05.04.10 Sun and Weather
07.04.03 Fueling Extreme Weather
07.04.04 Severe Weather Trackers
07.04.07 Global Warming and Hurricanes: Is an Increase in the Number of Stronger Hurricanes an Indicator of Global Warming?

Ghana
08.05.04 The Science of Ghana

Seasons
98.06.03 The Sun

Wetlands

Doñana National Park
99.06.01 Human-Environment Relations: A Case Study of Donana National Park, Andalucia, Spain and the Los Frailes Mine Toxic Spill of 1998

Economics

American
78.03.01 The American Economy
78.03.04 Economics In The Secondary School—A Fusion Curriculum
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth
14.03.06 Race, Socioeconomics, the Law, and Public Schools: Should the American Public Care if Our Schools Are Racially and Socioeconomically Segregated?

Aerospace Industry
90.07.06 The Aerospace Industry: Its History and How it Affects the U.S. Economy

Inequality
18.01.01 Economic and Other Inequalities In America: The Shrinking Middle Class?
18.01.02 Bringing Humanity to the Dismal Science: A Study of Economics through the Lens of Income Inequality
18.01.03 Examining Your Economic Identity and Making a Path for Upward Mobility
18.01.04 Paths to Prosperity: African Americans in Search of the American Dream
18.01.05 Economic Inequality and Education: Primer, Opportunity, and Outcome
18.01.06 Income Inequality Control
18.01.07 Economic Inequality: What It Is, How It Affects Our Lives, and What We Can Do About It
18.01.08 The Economics of Inequality
19.03.06 The Impact Of Economics and Ethics On The Adoption of Human Biotechnology

Consumerism
79.02.06 The 1920s: The Rise of Consumer Culture

Gender and
20.01.08 International Trade and its Implications for Female Empowerment
20.01.09 Not So Pretty in Pink: an Analysis of Woman in the Economy, 2020

Globalization and
20.01.08 International Trade and its Implications for Female Empowerment

Home and

Appliances
89.07.03 Electricity

Clothing
87.06.06 How To Dye Cloth

Food
87.06.04 The Science and Technology of Food: The Food Unit

Education (see Bilingualism; Special Education)

African American
91.03.05 “Douglass, Booker T. and W.E.B.” A Study of Black Educational Theories
96.01.06 Multicultural Issues and the Law: Gender and Race Based Schooling

American Inequality
92.01.07 Equality of Educational Opportunity: Race and Finance in Public Education
14.03.02 Educational Injustice in the United States
14.03.06 Race, Socioeconomics, the Law, and Public Schools: Should the American Public Care if Our Schools Are Racially and Socioeconomically Segregated?
14.03.09 Doghouse Schools and the Edgewood Kids: The Fight for Educational Opportunity from Plessy to Rodriguez
14.03.10 Separate, but Equal: Is There Still Segregation in Education?
18.01.05 Economic Inequality and Education: Primer, Opportunity, and Outcome

Bilingual
92.01.04 What Effect Does A Communities Attitudes/Values/And Beliefs Effect Student Behavior And Influence Curriculum
96.01.05 Race, Language and Separation

Spanish/English
83.06.05 An Examination of and Introduction to Bilingual/Bicultural Education
90.02.11 Melting Pot Theater: Teaching for Cultural Understanding
96.04.01 Contemporary Mexican and Puerto Rican Immigration

Chinese
82.04.02 Contemporary Education in China: An Inside View
83.06.06 Secondary Education in Urban China: The Search for a Marxist Model

Colonial Life and
89.05.02 Stepping Into A Colonial Family, A Primary Student’s Perspective of Colonial Crafts, Customs and Traditions

Curriculum
92.01.04 What Effect Does A Communities Attitudes/Values/And Beliefs Effect Student Behavior And Influence Curriculum

Integrated
85.08.01 Integration, the Skill that Binds
95.01.01 Detective Fiction: Focus On Critical Thinking
95.01.10 Teaching Detective Fiction Through A Cross Curriculum Unit
04.02.04 Conflict Resolution through Classic Storytelling

Elementary
13.01.04 World Zoo: Parent-Child Interaction

Gender and
96.01.06 Multicultural Issues and the Law: Gender and Race Based Schooling
20.01.07 Case Studies on Women and their Impact on Society: Using Powerful Narratives of Women to Teach the CRAIGs.
20.01.08 International Trade and its Implications for Female Empowerment

General
14.02.07 Relationship Building within the School and Classroom Community

High School

Dropouts
84.03.05 1984: Culture and Conflict: A Discussion of the Experience of the Young Chicana and the Young Puerto Rican Parent

Survival Skills
02.01.09 Survivor: Not Just a TV Show -- An exploration of the character traits of survivors of the teenage years

Learning Styles
97.04.07 Cognitive Type and Learning Style in Community Building in the Classroom

Middle School

Parent Participation
84.05.08 A Middle School Orientation Program for Parents, Students, and Teachers

Multicultural
92.02.01 The Indians’ Discovery of Columbus
92.04.10 Topic: A View of Three Cultures through the Eyes of Three Contemporary Women Writers
92.04.11 A Celebration of Cultural Richness in Our Community
97.04.02 Strategies for Teaching the Value of Diversity
97.04.03 Expanding the Village: Including Diversity in an Interdistrict Magnet High School Saturday Program
97.04.07 Cognitive Type and Learning Style in Community Building in the Classroom

Activities
80.06.10 Multicultural Education
82.05.03 Multicultural Education: A Calendar of Ethnic Festivals and Celebrations

Celebrations
89.01.12 Cultural Communities of New Haven
96.01.05 Race, Language and Separation

in New Haven
89.01.12 Cultural Communities of New Haven
96.01.05 Race, Language and Separation

Philosophy of
95.05.02 Dewey and Chemistry: The Water Cycle Revisited

Saturday Program
97.04.03 Expanding the Village: Including Diversity in an Interdistrict Magnet High School Saturday Program

School Desegregation
82.03.06 From Plessy v. Ferguson to Brown v. Board of Education: The Supreme Court Rules on School Desegregation
92.01.04 What Effect Does A Communities Attitudes/Values/And Beliefs Effect Student Behavior And Influence Curriculum
92.01.07 Equality of Educational Opportunity: Race and Finance in Public Education
96.01.04 Justice Demands an End to Segregation, But it Does Not End
02.01.04 Surviving the Struggle: Ruby Bridges, Ryan White, and Anne Frank
14.03.08 American Citizenship and the 14th Amendment: Conflicts and Resolutions in Education
14.03.10 Separate, but Equal: Is There Still Segregation in Education?

School Discipline
92.01.10 The Law and Discipline in the Classroom

Students' Rights
92.01.08 Children Shall be Seen and Not Heard: The First Amendment and the Public School Student
00.03.06 Privacy Issues and Disabled Persons

Disabled Students
04.01.06 The ADA, the Supreme Court, and Self-Advocacy
06.03.07 The Path to Opportunity: A Study of Disability Rights in Postwar America
07.05.12 Understanding and Supporting Our Peers with Cognitive Challenges

Teaching

Principles of
85.06.09 The Invented Kingdom or What to Do When a Sixth Grade Class is Giggling at an African Fertility Figure
85.08.01 Integration, the Skill that Binds

Values
89.04.01 The Mystery of the Undiscovered Values
97.04.02 Strategies for Teaching the Value of Diversity

Egypt

Ancient
85.06.07 Egyptian Tomb Art: Expressions of Religious Beliefs
90.02.07 “Come-Alive” Social Studies: A Study of Cultures Through Play-Writing

Electricity (see Technology; Physics)
99.07.03 Modern Electronic Inventions: Changing the Way People Live

Basic Concepts
81.05.01 An Electrical Consumer’s Survival Plan
99.07.01 From Dusty to Digital: Using Primary Sources in the Information Age…To Become a Titanic Historian

Eliot, T. S.

Poetry

Alienation Theme
79.01.08 Parallel Studies in American/Afro-American Literature, Part II “Black and White Images in Alienation”

Energy
04.04.01 Energy Generating a Culture: Early American Coal Miners and Coal Mining Culture
04.04.03 Simple Machines, Engines and the Environment
04.04.04 Energy in a Clean Environment
04.04.05 Industrial Revolution in America: Exploring the Effects of the Heat Engine on the Growth of Cities
04.04.07 Energy All Around: Energy in Our Lives
12.04.02 Simply Amazing

Alternative Sources
81.05.09 Energy Alternatives
10.04.01 Searching for Tomorrow's Energy
10.04.03 Energy and Me: What Is My Responsibility?
10.04.04 Renewable Energy in Connecticut – Softening Our Footprint through Sustainable Energy Use
10.04.05 Eco-Kids: How Students Can Help Save the World
10.04.07 Current Sources of Energy to Maintain a Sustainable Future
12.04.07 Photovoltaics: A Sun-Powered World
18.02.01 Alternative Energies: Student Designed, Renewable Resource Driven "Power Plants"
18.02.07 Environmental Engineering for Elementary Learners

Crisis
80.05.05 The Energy Crisis
81.05.10 Creating Our Energy Future

Fossil Fuels

Air Pollution from Combustion
86.06.04 Where, Oh Where is All the Clean Air?
86.06.05 Atmospheric Changes and Energy Loss Due to Industrial and Residential Combustion of Hydrocarbon Fuels
86.06.06 Motivational Techniques and Materials for Teaching High School Science in the City of New Haven

Coal
86.06.01 Coal As A Source of Energy
86.06.03 Mathematics: Problems on Coal and Energy

Oil and Gas
86.06.02 Oil and Gas As A Source of Energy
13.03.04 The Cost of Our Futures: Oil Markets and Government Intervention

Magnetic

Static Electricity
99.07.02 Introduction to Magnetism and Electronics

Solar
89.06.07 Crystals: More Than Meets the Eye
10.04.02 The Mathematics of Convection: Nature's Model for Energy Production
12.04.07 Photovoltaics: A Sun-Powered World
15.03.05 How Does A Solar Oven Work?

Thermal
20.02.02 The Physics of Cooking: How Energy Conservation and Thermodynamics Can Improve the Lives of Millions

Use of

in Cities
81.05.08 Energy and the City Person
13.03.05 Designing a Micro-Apartment

History
81.05.09 Energy Alternatives
12.04.03 Quadratic Regressions and the Catapult Wars

Engineering

Biomedical
19.03.01 Human-Centered Design for Elementary Grades: Designing Assistive Technologies for the Human Body

Diabetes
06.05.06 Biomedical Engineering and Diabetes
06.05.09 The Challenge to Deliver Insulin

Drug Delivery
06.05.01 Launch Biotechnology into Your Classroom: Drug Delivery and Diffusion

Hearing
06.05.04 Hold Off on the Headphones

Mathematics
06.05.08 Mathematics in Bioengineering: Its Application for Today's Students

Bridges

Math Applications
01.05.02 Bridging the Math Gap
06.04.06 The Math in the Design and Building of Bridges
12.04.06 The Road to Bridge Design

Methods
01.05.04 Building Model Bridges Following the Engineering Process

Model Making
01.05.07 Bridge: A Hands-On Approach to Learning

Physics of
01.05.08 The Physics Of Bridges
12.04.03 Quadratic Regressions and the Catapult Wars
12.04.04 Animating a Nuclear Process

Process of Design
01.05.04 Building Model Bridges Following the Engineering Process

Environmental (see Ecology and Environmental Science)
12.04.07 Photovoltaics: A Sun-Powered World
18.02.01 Alternative Energies: Student Designed, Renewable Resource Driven "Power Plants"
18.02.03 Engineering Solutions to a Changing Climate
18.02.04 Humans as Invasive Species: Their Impact on the Environment and Adaptations to Live with the Changes to our Climate
18.02.06 Water Filtration Engineering in the Elementary Grades
18.02.07 Environmental Engineering for Elementary Learners

General
12.04.01 Fostering Connections: The Elements of Nano
12.04.02 Simply Amazing

Human-Centered Design
19.03.01 Human-Centered Design for Elementary Grades: Designing Assistive Technologies for the Human Body
19.03.04 Prototyping Projects: A Hands-On Approach to Understanding Injuries to the Human Body’s Largest Organ Through the Design Thinking Process
19.03.09 The American Disabilities Act, tourism and hospitality with applied biotechnological design
19.03.10 Solutions based on Biomimicry for Personalized Health

Robotics
14.04.05 Robotics in the Medical Field
15.03.02 The Physics of Robotic Construction and Operation

Structures
06.04.01 Gingerbread Architecture: An Exploration of Architecture and Engineering

Systems Engineerings
19.03.10 Solutions based on Biomimicry for Personalized Health

England (see History, British; Literature, British; Drama; Poetry)

Nineteenth-Century Literature

General
81.02.08 Bridging the Centuries: Teaching the Nineteenth Century English Novel Today

Hardy, Thomas

The Return of the Native
81.02.03 The Return of the Native Examined

Environmental Science (see Ecology and Environmental Science)

Erikson, Erik

Human Development
80.01.04 Ages in Stages: An Exploration of the Life Cycle based on Erik Erikson’s Eight Stages of Human Development

Ethics

Bioethics
96.05.03 A Deweyan Method of Teaching Genetics to Integrate Science and Ethics with Student-Centered Problem Solving
96.05.05 Ethics and Genetic Capability
00.07.02 Genetic Engineering of Crop Plants
19.03.06 The Impact Of Economics and Ethics On The Adoption of Human Biotechnology

Euthanasia
01.01.03 The Connection Between Medicine, Ethics, and Law: The Right to Die

Genetics
19.03.04 Prototyping Projects: A Hands-On Approach to Understanding Injuries to the Human Body’s Largest Organ Through the Design Thinking Process
19.03.05 Using Statistics to Explore Attitudes Towards Gene-Editing

Human Genome
01.01.02 The Genome: Controversy for All Times

Health Care
00.07.04 Bioethics and Effective Health Care
01.01.01 How Right Are Patients' Rights?

Tobacco Marketing
01.01.05 Making Choices about Tobacco Use

Film and
19.01.09 Analyzing the Power and Responsibility of Media Makers in the Technology Classroom

War

Just War Theory
02.03.01 Just War Theory and the Wars of the 20th Century

Literature

Short Stories
08.02.06 Short Stories: Finding Ourselves in the Fiction

Ethnicity

African American
98.05.01 Who's Who In America? Multicultural Achievers A to Z Past and Present
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
02.01.05 Middle Passage: A Journey of Endurance
05.02.07 Why Is Ethnicity Valued, or Is It?

Anti-heroes
08.02.08 The Godfather to American Gangster: A Mythology of the American Anti-hero, 2008

Literature
02.01.10 Willie and Friends: Overcomers in the Land - Stories by Faith Ringgold

New Haven
97.04.04 William Lanson: New Haven’s African King

and Italians
78.02.06 Italians and Blacks in New Haven: The Establishment of Two Ethnic Communities

in Newhallville
89.01.10 Communities in Transition
89.01.14 Newhallville:A Neighborhood of Changing Prosperity

Sexuality
91.05.01 Cultural Issues for Black and Hispanic Adolescents in Learning About Human Sexuality

Urbanization

Northeast
88.02.03 Immigration into an Urban Industralized Northeast: 1879-1914

Cajun/Acadian
88.02.01 The Cajuns: Natives with a Difference!

Chicano
90.01.02 Remember

Dominican Republic
96.04.08 Hispanic Immigration: America in the Year 2000

Ethnic and National Conflict
02.03.04 Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in the Early 20th Century

Family History
97.04.01 The City of New Haven

Filipino
96.04.05 The Diversity of Filipinos in the United States

in Film
98.01.08 Teaching Ethnicity and Race Through Films
01.04.07 Through Their Eyes: Video Taping Oral History

General
93.04.07 Bridging the Gap Between Cultures
98.01.08 Teaching Ethnicity and Race Through Films

in Autobiographies
88.03.09 Knowledge of Self Through the Study of Autobiography/Biography
88.03.10 Learning About Self and Others Through Autobiography

Genocide

of Armenians
02.03.04 Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in the Early 20th Century

the Holocaust
02.01.01 The Holocaust: Survival Stories

and Graffiti as Art
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Haitian
89.01.08 Double Minority: The Haitians in America

Hispanic
92.04.01 Researching Columbus: Encounters and Exchanges
96.04.08 Hispanic Immigration: America in the Year 2000
97.04.08 New Movements For Social Justice: The Latino Struggle for Equal Rights (1950’s-1970’s)
00.04.08 Latin Culture Through Art and Literature
01.04.02 Using Art, Film, and Literature to explore the Hispanic identity
01.04.10 Debunking the Myth of the American West
06.02.01 The Mexican and Chicano Mural Movements
06.02.02 What is Latino? Using Latino Writers to Help Define an Emerging American Identity
06.02.03 ¿Dónde Estábamos? Where Were We: Using Oral History to Teach Immigration
06.02.04 Civil Rights Struggles in the Latino Community
06.02.05 Breaking Bread -- Building Bridges through the Art of Latino Cuisine
06.02.06 Se Habla Espa–ol (También se Canta, se Baila, y se Escribe)
06.02.07 Latino Visions: A Cultural Springboard for Reading
06.02.08 Listen to the Rhythm
06.02.09 Latino Culture in My Life: A Closer Look at Latino Families and their Traditions, Holidays, and Celebrations
06.02.10 Esperanza Rising: Connecting Latino Students to Literature

Cuban

Anti-heroes
08.02.08 The Godfather to American Gangster: A Mythology of the American Anti-hero, 2008

Mexican American
84.03.01 The Mexican-American Influence on the United States
01.04.07 Through Their Eyes: Video Taping Oral History

Puerto Rican
84.03.05 1984: Culture and Conflict: A Discussion of the Experience of the Young Chicana and the Young Puerto Rican Parent
91.02.06 The Heritage and Culture of Puerto Ricans
96.04.08 Hispanic Immigration: America in the Year 2000
00.01.05 Understanding Ethnic Labels and Puerto Rican Identity
01.04.08 I Have a Border in my Mind: the Puerto Ricans' Arts and Culture as Factors for Self-Esteem

Art Forms
84.03.08 The Art of the Puerto Rican People
01.04.08 I Have a Border in my Mind: the Puerto Ricans' Arts and Culture as Factors for Self-Esteem

the Hill Community
89.01.02 American Studies, “The Hill Community”
92.04.08 American Culture in a Musical Setting

Reading Instruction
06.02.07 Latino Visions: A Cultural Springboard for Reading

Holidays
80.06.10 Multicultural Education
82.05.03 Multicultural Education: A Calendar of Ethnic Festivals and Celebrations
99.03.08 St. Patrick-Symbol of Irishness
06.02.09 Latino Culture in My Life: A Closer Look at Latino Families and their Traditions, Holidays, and Celebrations

Jewish
89.05.06 Marginal Participants in the American Dream

in Literature
97.04.02 Strategies for Teaching the Value of Diversity
98.05.07 The Clock Tower on Grand Avenue: A Cultural Reading Adventure
00.04.02 Women Writers and Dissent in 20th and 21st Century American Literature

African American Poetry
87.03.04 Understanding and Appreciating Poetry: Afro-Americans and Their Poetry
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions

American Detective Novel
82.01.03 History/Mystery: Regionalism and Ethnicity in the American Detective Novel

Autobiography
82.02.04 Scribe of Self

Chinese

Children's
99.01.09 "Wednesday and Friends: Looking at the Chinese Family Through the Eyes of Women Authors"

Drama
87.02.12 The Oxcart and A Raisin in the Sun: Romanticism, Realism, or Idealism

Humor
88.02.04 Ethnic Humor

Mexican
00.04.06 "Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of the Mexican Family through Children's Literature"

Mexican Americans
94.04.05 Nativist and Racist Movements in the U.S. and their Aftermath
01.04.07 Through Their Eyes: Video Taping Oral History

Multicultural Education
92.02.01 The Indians’ Discovery of Columbus
92.04.10 Topic: A View of Three Cultures through the Eyes of Three Contemporary Women Writers
92.04.11 A Celebration of Cultural Richness in Our Community
93.03.05 Windows of the World: Family Identity, and Socialization
97.04.02 Strategies for Teaching the Value of Diversity
97.04.06 Cultural Discovery and Identity Project Generation Journey
97.04.10 Promoting Diversity in Elementary School Curricula
98.05.01 Who's Who In America? Multicultural Achievers A to Z Past and Present
98.05.02 Multicultural Discovery When Reading Poetry and Stories for the Elementary Grades
04.02.01 Multicultural Fairy Tales -- The Stuff of Magic

Activities
80.06.10 Multicultural Education
82.05.03 Multicultural Education: A Calendar of Ethnic Festivals and Celebrations

Art Education through Graffiti
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Celebrations
89.01.12 Cultural Communities of New Haven

Identity

Puerto Rican
01.04.08 I Have a Border in my Mind: the Puerto Ricans' Arts and Culture as Factors for Self-Esteem
05.02.08 Who Am I and Why Must I be Called Anything?

Learning Styles
97.04.07 Cognitive Type and Learning Style in Community Building in the Classroom

in New Haven
89.01.12 Cultural Communities of New Haven

through Oral History

Video
01.04.07 Through Their Eyes: Video Taping Oral History

Native American

History
01.04.09 Native American-Culture in Crisis

Puerto Rican

Sexuality
81.03.03 Sex Roles, Courting and Marriage Among Puerto Rican Teenagers
81.03.04 Family Life and Human Sexuality for the Puerto Rican Girl
91.05.01 Cultural Issues for Black and Hispanic Adolescents in Learning About Human Sexuality

Urban Life
81.01.05 The Hispanic View of the Urban Setting
96.04.04 Coming to America

Race Relations
94.04.04 Changing Attitudes in America
96.01.14 Why Do We Suffer From The Rights Of Others?
97.04.04 William Lanson: New Haven’s African King
97.04.10 Promoting Diversity in Elementary School Curricula

Euripides
84.02.06 Euripides’ Alcestis

Evans, Walker
89.05.10 Phrasing and Framing Famous Men

Evolution

Early Man

North America
80.02.07 Early Man in North America: The Known to the Unknown

Evolutionary Medicine
09.05.02 Human Population's Response to Re-emerging and Emerging Infectious Diseases
09.05.04 Evolution of the Virus: Teaching Macroevolution through Microevolution

General
79.06.01 Methods of Teaching Evolution to Middle School Children
90.06.09 Creation, Evolution, and the Human Genome

Genetics and
90.06.09 Creation, Evolution, and the Human Genome

Human
79.06.02 Hominid Evolution
98.07.07 Evolution, Population, and Humans

Plants
80.05.01 The Evolution of Plants

Primates
98.07.07 Evolution, Population, and Humans



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