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August Wilson's Fences Themes Final Exam Collection

This collection uses images and literature to expose the themes within August Wilson's "Fences."

Bryce Winn
13
 

Aurora Borealis

The Northern Lights remind us how truly fabulous nature can be.
Debora Moore
10
 

Auschwitz

This is a collection of primary sources showing the conditions in the camp and some famous symbols people think of when thinking about Auschwitz. There is a video with survivors of Auschwitz telling their stories. This collection helps us remember the Holocaust by showing the conditions they were forced to live in and hearing it from the people who lived it

Sam Guzzo
5
 

Austin: 1920's and 1930's Artifacts

The purpose is to show the most important points of the 1920's and the 1930's. 

Austin Thinnes
10
 

Autumn Artworks: Highlights Collection

This is a Smithsonian Learning Lab topical collection, which contains images, text, and other multimedia resources that may complement the Tween Tribune feature, 'Spectacular' fall foliage forecast for New England. Use these resources to introduce or augment your study of this topic. If you want to personalize this collection by changing or adding content, click the Sign Up link above to create a free account.  If you are already logged in, click the copy button to initiate your own version. Learn more here

Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access
34
 

Aviation History: Highlights Collection

This is a Smithsonian Learning Lab topical collection, which contains images, text, and other multimedia resources that may complement the Tween Tribune feature, A detachable airplane cabin and other strange aviation ideas. Use these resources to introduce or augment your study of this topic. If you want to personalize this collection by changing or adding content, click the Sign Up link above to create a free account.  If you are already logged in, click the copy button to initiate your own version. Learn more here

Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access
28
 

Awesome Pics

Historical Pics that are awesome!!!
JACK CAVAZOS
7
 

Aztec

Look through these artifacts from the Aztec and choose what you believe to be the most important ones. 

Laura Koroski
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Erin Hurley
10
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies to be an introduction to the Aztec civilization. Items in this collection were found via the Smithsonian learning lab and additional outside research. Appropriate  citations have been included. 

Cory Latchford
10
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Jesse Laird
14
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Conner Griffie
12
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Makenzie Drake
9
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Emma Lark
9
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

alexa walter
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies to be an introduction to the Aztec civilization. items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.     

Caroline Horst
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Morris Hess IV
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies to be an introduction to the Aztec civilization. Items in this collection were found via the Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included. 

Hannah Martin
5
 

Aztecs

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

AJ Farlling
5
 

Aztecs

This collection was created for Honors World Studies to be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.



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Skylar Diehl
23
 

Aztecs and Coding

Here is a collection of coding games using Scratch interactive media using MakeyMakey , integrating Aztec games, culture and information.

In this collection, I am going to highlight Aztec games and culture to recreate  projects that I do in my my own design classroom with my students based on these historical artifacts.

This collection is hopefully an inspiration for young designers and artists to use designs inspired by the Aztec games and culture to make a Scratch game or remix with the examples I have posted in this collection.  This collection shows you a pathway to create coding and designs based on these  Aztec games and culture,  to create games similar in motif and structure to the originals. (This lesson is more focused on 9-18 year olds, but can be adapted for older students, as well as adults with some rewriting and restructuring, especially with coding aspect of the lesson.)

 You will be creating and studying these cultural artifacts to gain insight into how they were constructed, drawn, and fabricated. In order to gain perspective on these  cultures, the research your students use by viewing and constructing their own coded games/designs will give agency to their work, albeit through the eyes of these  people. The students will gain a new understanding and vision of these  cultural motifs and what they carry to the viewer.

Students will be creating and researching designs and motifs based on this culture. Once they have constructed and drawn an idea either through digital or non-digital means, they will be rendering their designs in Scratch or another coding app like Processing

The students will then use these coded games with MakeyMakey and a create a controller like these musical instruments/controllers my students created at Labz at my school Charter High School for Architecture and Design in Philadelphia.

Happy Coding!


#LatinoHAC

Christopher Sweeney
27
 

b and c

Marina Paulone
3
 

Babi Yar Massacre

The Babi Yar Massacre is one of the largest mass killings that happened during the Holocaust. In two days over 33,000 Jewish people died. Their dead bodies were thrown into the Babi Yar Ravine and buried. Throughout the rest of the Holocaust more people were executed and buried, causing the total number of deaths to be near 100,000.

Lesser known mass killings such as Babi Yar show how wide spread the events of the Holocaust were. The Anti-Semitic actions in places such as Kiev proves how common the hatred towards Jewish people had become, adding to the perpetuation of the Holocaust.

The Holocaust had many different tragedies that must never be forgotten. Through these pictures, people in modern day can better understand how horrible the events were. It is interesting to realize that many of the most horrible acts of the time took place away from concentration camps, in places like Babi Yar.

These images are a collection to show the atrocities that took place within the two days.

Karen Siddoway
18
 

BabyLegs, 2017-2019

This collection explores BabyLegs, an open-source, affordable monitoring tool to study marine microplastic pollution featured in Nature-- Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
9
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