The eighth grade STEAM participants at Linden SDA have completed a mini photo project they titled “Trayvon Lives On”, honoring the death and life... Read More
The eighth graders have finally taken their big leap into their 2016-17 community journalism project–the biggest part being their collective media portfolio. They plan... Read More
Now that the sixth graders have completed their stop motion video and first “semester” project for the year, they’ve gotten started on their final... Read More
After publishing their first official article of the year on Laurelton.nyc, the eighth graders were satisfied and proud of their efforts. However, they were... Read More
As the sixth grade 3D printing class has closed off the audio and visual logistics of the stop motion animation video they’ve been planning,... Read More
For their first article, the eighth grade community journalists went out into their neighborhood on what can be called the “Main Street of... Read More
Enhanced Thoughts (Saleemah Madyun) join forces with Divas for Social Justice to teach the youth in Bedford Stuyvesant issues surrounding access to clean water. Thus... Read More
This Friday, the STEAM for Social Change program began at a new site at the Jamaica Seventh-day Adventist School in Jamaica, Queens. The students... Read More
For the past few weeks, the eighth graders at the Linden SDA STEAM For Social Change Program have been working on honing their basics... Read More
This week, the eighth graders refreshed their memory on the art of persuasion, one of the skills that they had to learn last year... Read More
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