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A&H in the Schools
A&H in the Schools brings together TC faculty and doctoral students and The James Baldwin School students and teachers to developing meaningful inquiries whose results can be represented diversely with new digital tools. The project aims to prototype new ways of working in schools, to goad thinking that is creative, constructive, and innovative, and to draw on the rich lifeworld of NYC youth while introducing the possibilities of new digital tools.
The James Baldwin School, 2016-2017
This year, we deepened our partnership with The James Baldwin School students and teachers, who visited TC art studios for hands on experience using creative technology and digital tools.
The James Baldwin School, 2015-2016
For our first A&H in the Schools, we worked with The James Baldwin School in the newly inaugurated ThingSpace and Meyer's Fab(brication) Lab. We also visited their classrooms for a series of 'Hip Hop Pedagogy' workshops where the students created their own songs about studying for—and taking—the SAT.