Research Across the Curriculum
WMA is committed to teaching research skills across the curriculum, and this year we have highlighted student research work in several ways:
- Design Fellows Presentations - Fall
- Global Studies 2 and Chemistry Design Thinking Projects - Winter
- Middle School Cornerstone/Global Day projects - April
- STEM Expo - April
- AP Seminar & AP Research Capstone Projects - April
- Global Scholar Capstone Projects - upcoming on May 7, 14, 20 and 21 in the Shenkman Center.
In addition, here are some of the major research assignments you can find across the WMA curriculum:
- AP U.S. History Historiography Project
- STEM 9 Exploravision Projects
- Global Studies 2 and Chemistry Design Thinking Projects
- AP World History Research and Synthesis Papers
- Mythbusters Research Project in Honors Advanced Physics
- AP Literature Literary Research Papers
- Research & Writing Senior Elective Papers
- Vegetative Community Analysis Project in Environmental Science
At WMA, students learn how to how to formulate research questions, analyze the work of others and synthesize ideas before communicating their findings. We are working hard to spiral these skill sets into the curriculum in Grades 6-12.
To learn more about the research opportunities at WMA, contact Dean of Curriculum Meg Hutchesons at firstname.lastname@example.org.