Posts tagged: laurelton.nyc

‘Find the Bugs – Be a Program Exterminator’

In today’s Scratch coding class, we arrived at an important part of the programming process known as ‘debugging’. Debugging is the process of analyzing...   Read More

Life through VR

In recent years, technology has moved beyond the flat images on a screen, to a more interactive and immersive form of world known as...   Read More

You Are What You Eat

“You are what you eat” is a saying we are all familiar with. In keeping with our theme of mental health, the students worked in...   Read More

VR Meets Visual Art In A Box

This week as we  approach and wind down a year of art making and reflection on identity, the students at Linden SDA took a...   Read More

PLAYING CARD PORTRAIT UPDATE

Our Playing Card Portraits are almost complete. We will work on framing them for a complete finished look and use for our display in...   Read More

How to Use Empathy to Tell Your Story

“Collaboration” is a word that the STEAM students hear very often in my lessons. Some of the best works are made when great minds...   Read More

Post It Note Sculpture

This week students were challenged to create a standing structure or sculpture using post it notes. They had to problem solve using engineering and architectural...   Read More

The Making of a Full Deck

This week  students continued to develop designs for their Playing Card Portraits, incorporating the  use of color. The color palette of playing cards was...   Read More

Toy Car

At some point, the student must become the teacher. With this in mind, the students’ objective was to model a toy car all by...   Read More

Playing Card Portraits

Students in grades 6-8 are exploring  how individuals can express their identity using a specific  playing card. They  are examining the function of playing cards and...   Read More

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