Projects are the core of Changing the Subject. Within this website, there are 51 exemplar projects that were performed within the first 20 years of HTH’s operation.
You can view all projects on the Projects page.
For each project featured on this website, there are associated resources that were generated by the teachers and students of those projects. These include progress photos, final exhibition pieces, rubrics, discussion sheets, and more. To see an associated project’s resources, go to the project page and scroll to the bottom.
This is one of the media types that are available to search through on the website. Audio refers to any kind of audible sound file. They are usually, but not limited to, sound effects, interviews, podcasts, or music. Possible extensions of these files include: .mp3, .wav
This media type refers to any kind of curated document. Document files usually are, but not limited to, rubrics, readings, student work, or forms. Possible file extensions of downloaded Document files include: .pdf
Another media type available on the site that refers to any kind of imagery. Image files usually are, but not limited to, screenshots, photography, flyers, etc. Possible file extensions of downloaded Images files include: .png, .jpeg, .jpg
The final media type available via search on the site.. Videos refers to any kind of videography. Video files usually are, but not limited to, animation, tutorials documentaries, instructional videos, student films, etc. Possible file extensions of downloaded Video files include: .mp4, .mov
Projects tagged as Science include earth science, biology, physics, environmental science, astronomy, engineering, computer science.
These projects were rated in order to assess how easy they would be to replicate in a number of different teaching environments. Projects were analyzed to see if any of their core aspects met various conditions. If they did, they were assigned the symbols below.
The project needed some form of electricity to be completed.
In addition to Electricity, this project required the use of an internet connection.
This project was originally tailored towards Elementary School Students (k-5)
This project was originally tailored towards Middle School Students (6-8)
This project was originally tailored towards High School Students (9-12)
One teacher facilitated this project.
Multiple teachers oversaw this project