7th Grade Identity Project
non-genetic features of their identities, such as race, gender, and religion. The cross-curricular Identity unit culminated in a project where students explored their personal identity through both subjects’ lenses.
The library made the TIDES Garage and all of its Maker supplies available to the students during the culminating project. Pins were created, clothing were sown, Rube Goldberg machines were tinkered with, and interactive computer programs were coded and their interfaces built. It was interesting to see the students find novel ways to express what they had learned through making.
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