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Stanford students to present innovative curriculum projects at exhibition

Stanford students to present innovative curriculum projects at exhibition

Local educators and community members are invited to view innovative curriculum projects by students in the SUSE Curriculum Construction class

You are invited to a curriculum celebration!

The students in Education 208b "Curriculum Construction" are exhibiting their final work. Join us to hear about innovative curriculum projects written for use at local and international schools and community organizations. Feel free to attend any or all of the presentations and mingle with the authors. This event is open to the public, so you may invite local educators and community members as well. We look forward to seeing all of you soon!

Project titles (in order of presentation, approximately every 10-12 minutes, with one intermission):

From 2:30 – 3:40 p.m.

Wabun Staff Training: Developing Leadership Capacity at Youth Camps
A curriculum to teach adult camp staff about the structures of summer camp, wilderness activities, and campers' social/emotional development.

Stanford Leadership Workshop Curriculum
A curriculum for undergraduates ages 18-22 focused on the leadership skills of communication, management, engagement, and recruitment.

Financial Literacy for First-Graders
A curriculum for first grade students focusing on foundational elements that lead to financial literacy.

Reading Camps: Teaching reading skills to early learners in the developing world
A curriculum for pre-primary and early primary (grades 1, 2, 3) focused on literacy in the developing world and informal learning.

In Search of Things: Search Strategy, Credibility, and Copyright
A curriculum for students in grades 9-12 focused on web search, credibility and bias, and copyright.

Brief Intermission (3:40-3:50 p.m.)

From 3:50-5:00 p.m.
Values to Variables: From Philosophy to Algorithm and Back
A curriculum for 8th grade students that teaches them about computer science.

Seventh Grade Science Through Media Making
A curriculum for 7th grade students focused on environmental science and evolution as well as skills for media-making.

Center for a New Generation High School Choice Program
A curriculum for 7th and 8th grade students to teach about high school choice and transition.

Community College Access and Preparedness Program (C.C.A.P. Program)
A curriculum for graduating seniors (17-18 years old) focused on college access for at-risk youth.

Thrive House Changemakers Project
A curriculum for upper elementary-middle school aged students focused on social justice, leadership development, activism, and multiculturalism.

For more information, please email Denise Pope at

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