Buck Institute for EDUCATION
in their expanding library of project ideas that are standards-aligned, and cover a range of grade levels and subject areas, you may choose one to use in your classrooms.
How can we impact hunger in our community?
How can we use music to communicate about characters and themes in a story?
Which is better: the book or the movie?
What is my story?
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?
How can we use our voices to effect change?
What’s the true cost of the things we buy?
How can we keep our communities safe in the face of natural hazards?
How can we teach children to be stewards of the environment?
What makes mystery readers keep turning the pages?
How can we teach people about the weather in our community?
How can we design a good grading system?
How can we take action to make a change in our community?
How can our school best support our overall health and wellness?
How can we use data to tell a local story that will inform and motivate community members to action?
What should we do about cyberbullying?
How can humans safely explore Mars?
How can we, as photojournalists, tell the untold stories of our community?
How can we make change happen in our community?
How can I survive middle school without losing myself?
What makes someone a community hero?