Incline Learning Projects
Our Interdisciplinary Projects represent a collection of interactive, theme-based activities that help students reach a deeper understanding of how topics learned in one discipline can be applied to other disciplines.
Each unit covers an overarching theme, and each discipline (ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies) provides the student an opportunity to combine their knowledge in different areas to complete a task. Students are provided with the tools to create their own interpretation of the task at hand. The tools include word processors, slide shows, spreadsheets, graph generators, a sketchpad, Venn diagramming, and many others.
The interdisciplinary projects allow for student agency that builds on the foundations learned in the core studies. Teachers will discuss the student's project progress on multiple calls to ensure the student is best representing their abilities to member schools.
The work product for each project is entered into an e-portfolio that will be shared with prospective schools as a sample of the students ability, understanding and growth over time.
To complete each of their tasks, students will utilize our Project Toolbar, as seen below.*
Please click each icon to explore the tools students will be using when completing their projects.
INCLINE MONTHLY THEMES
The complete list of themes for each month of the Incline Interdisciplinary Program can be found below.
Each Project contains four distinct activities, one for each discipline of English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. The activities tie directly to the content of the curriculum to reinforce and strengthen the students' understanding of the material.
Do I Really Need to Brush My Teeth?
A Trip Around
Is an Inchworm Smaller in
2% or Skim?
Sorry! I Sneezed on You
We're in a Sticky Situation
Isn't STEM Part of a Plant?
A Force to Be Reckoned With
Welcome to the Machines
As Basic as it Gets
With Liberty and Justice
Skyscrapers, Submarines, and Spoons
Can't You Hear the Whistle Blowing?
How Refined are You?
Do You Want
to Build a Snowman?
You Say You Want a Revolution?
Tipping the Scales
Over the River and Through the Woods
Follow the Sunset
My T-Shirt Grew on
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
From Sickle to Splicing