by Tyreek Page During my junior year of high school I was attending the Brooklyn College Community Partnership and earned an internship working with kids at Center For Family Life (CFL), on Mondays and Wednesdays. I also participated in an Anti-Discrimination Clinic on May 17th and edited other students’ final reflections for their internship on […]
Developmentally, BCAL Middle School participants are on a quest to understand their access to new technologies and to prototype designs that help them develop ideas and problem solving abilities. Here are a few images of work created using Rhino 2D/3D software, to later be output as an Adobe Illustrator (.ai) file and interpreted by our laser cutter.
“This week on our Field Trip Mondays, we went to Ground Floor Gallery in Park Slope, Brooklyn to see a print show our teacher organized. We have learned about a printing technique called “Risography”. They are big printers, similar to what we have at school in the Copy Room. It was weird to see one […]
Students at STAR middle school rung in the new year by interviewing peers and BCCP staff about goals. Students were asked to write a series of SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely) goals for their lives – anything from schoolwork to family life to anything in between. Goals were set for the next […]