During our Wrinkle in Time novel study, students pursued topics of independent study related to themes and events in the book. Many students, inspired by their knowledge, completed optional projects to demonstrate their learning. All I can say is WOW.
This work is a product of passion, persistence, and just plain cleverness. If you have a comment or a compliment, please leave a comment below. Thank you!
Learn from Tyler and Rishi about how the United States and former Soviet Union competed with one another during the Cold War in what came to be known as the Space Race. View the time line here.
For a double dose of laughter and learning, watch Ellie, Ben and Anna’s Game Show: “Jeoparda Vinci:” It’s all about the life and times of Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci. (link coming soon)
For a look into the science behind the way Madeleine L’Engle explains time travel, check out Kyle and Rohan’s work on explaining the dimensions
Dig deeper into scientific discovery, and get ready for some mind-blowing ideas with Kalen and Elan’s look at black holes and wormholes.
Sammy found inspiration in connecting the concept of multidimensionality to the story of A Wrinkle in Time. You can listen to his screencast here. (link coming soon)
Yoonsol found her inspiration in learning more about Carl Sagan, the astronomer and philosopher who made the cosmos and the universe understandable to all.
Want to connect with your inner (or outer) science geek, or just get in touch with your sense of wonder? Look no further than Caroline and Fiona’s collection of Neil DeGrasse Tyson quotes.
Tommy Edison is an advocate for the blind, educator of the seeing, and all-around funny guy. Abby was inspired by his videos. See a couple of photos of her “blind art.”
Wonder if we are alone in the universe? So does NASA. Check out Rishi’s exploration of the search for extra-terrestrial life.