Found 6,064 Learning Lab Collections
This collection is utilized in a college classroom focused on research and argumentation.
This collection is a sample of student work from a 100 level college course on world mythology. The student's final paper focused on the multiple narratives that exist surrounding Theseus and Ariadne , particularly their end.
"These few photographs are mostly people drawn photos. They are all consisting around my memory of my bike accident. These photos resemble the scenery to where I was headed. Some of the pictures resemble the pain I was in, and the help people tried to offer me." --(Student Sample from a Developmental Course)
"In this collections i decided it was going to be all about how i wanted to approach life. As long as you are on top of everything that needs to be done, you will be ahead. The photos of the man smiling and the car passing the finish line remind me to be happy; to move quickly and accurately. The graduate with money in front of him reminds me to always have a drive and never to lose track of it. The open landforms are a message that we are always free to move any which way we please." --ENGL 002 Student
Embraces the images of natives and the original environment of America. (This is a sample student collection at the start of term in a argumentative research writing course themed on immigration.)
This is a student sample collection from the first week of a argumentative research writing course themed on immigration.
This collection explores the different textiles, along with their chemical compositions, used in the construction of Apollo-era spacesuits.
This collection explores the rockets NASA used during the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs, as well as some novel designs and propellants for use in future rocket systems.
A collection of videos, articles and artifacts related to the chemistry of the Red Planet.
This student activity explores Luis Cruz Azaceta's "Shifting States: Iraq" using two Project Zero Thinking Routines to help students think critically and globally. The work is a metaphorical representation of the unrest taking place in Iraq, and more broadly, an exploration of the human condition during times of crisis.
Included here are an image of the work from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, an explanatory video with curator E. Carmen Ramos, two Thinking Routines - "See, Think, Wonder" and "The 3 Y's" - from Harvard's Project Zero Visible Thinking and Global Thinking materials, an array of prompts and Learning Lab tools, and an assignment. This collection is adapted from a larger teaching collection on the same theme (Luis Cruz Azaceta's "Shifting States: Iraq" ( http://learninglab.si.edu/q/ll...), that includes extension activities.
This collection was originally designed for a workshop for pre-service teachers at Trinity Washington University. It is intended to demonstrate, and asks workshop participants to consider, various ways to use the Learning Lab and its tools. #TWUtech
Keywords: #LatinoHAC, Latinx, Latino, global competency, competencies
catalog objects of the time period and describe their significance
This collection was made to help understand the 1920s and 1930s and how these artifacts relate to the events of the past.
We are representing the two decades by showing a collection of selected artifacts. These artifacts highlight the key points of the two decades.
This collection is to give examples of items which portray what life is like during the 1920's and 1930's.
The similarities between both the 1920 and 1930 artifacts.
The lavish and struggle from the transition of the 1920s to the 1930s.
The purpose of this project was to go more in depth of the historical events which took place during the 20's. Some of the artifacts I chose showed how beneficial times were during the 1920's.
The purpose of this project is to further analyze artifacts from the 1920s and 1930s in relation to their significance of the time.
I am making a catalog of all the objects of the 20's and 30's
To further our understanding of the 1920s and 1930s and the way of life during those times, such as the Harlem Renaissance and The Great Depression
A comparison of the most important parts of the 1920s and 1930s.
10 slides of artifacts that represent the 1920's and 1930's supposedly
Collection of specific artifacts that illustrate the most important points of the decades 1920 and 1930.