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Antique black-and-white photograph of Ocean Avenue, Long Branch New Jersey, with two buggies going down a dirt road.
Social Studies
Grades 3-12

How can we as historians uncover and share stories about our community?

An old, rippling thirteen-starred American flag.
Social Studies
Grade 5

Did the American Revolution have more than two sides?

An empty, medium-sized theater with black and red seats as seen from the back row.
Fine Arts
Grades 9-12

How can we design a theatrical set that adds meaning and power to a production?

A large picture of a giant panda bear’s (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) face.
Science
Grade 3

How can we protect an endangered species in our area?

Old handwritten letters and papers are stuffed inside of a vintage handbag on a desk strewn with letters.
ELA, Social Studies
Grades 6-12

How can we as historians design an interactive digital tool for a [local museum, historical society, or archive] that demonstrates our local community’s influence on a period in history?

A book lies open on a desk, with a pair of white ear-buds acting as a bookmark.
ELA
Grades 6-12

How can we use music to communicate about characters and themes in a story?

A young teenage girl looks up at the ceiling beneath the columns of the Athenian Academy in Athens, Greece.
Social Studies
Grades 6-8

What lessons can we learn from golden age civilizations and/or from their falls, and why do those lessons matter to us today?

A group of children enjoy popcorn and lemonade as they watch a movie on blankets in a backyard.
ELA, Fine Arts
Grades 6-12

Which is better: the book or the movie?

A crowd of protesters wearing green ribbons on their wrists raise their fists in the air.
ELA, Social Studies
Grade 9-12

How can we, as legal teams, determine the effectiveness of a revolution?