The Montessori School of Raleigh’s students worked with parent and internationally known artist James “Dalek” Marshall to create a community art installation as part of the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the school. Watch the video documentary of the process to create this artistic collaboration.
Visiting Scholar Challenges Students to See From a New Creative Lens
The All Saints’ Episcopal School Tad Bird Honors College presented Sedrick Huckaby, a Fort Worth native and Guggenheim Fellow, as part of the Visiting Scholar Series. For two weeks, Huckaby worked with All Saints’ students grades PK-12, on art and the creative process. Throughout his visit, 10 original works of Huckaby’s art were hung in […]
All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth
Middle School Games Encourage Responsibility, Collaboration
Inspired by award-winning game designer Jane McGonigal’s TED Talk, middle schoolers at United Friends School (UFS) in Quakertown, PA, invented their own series of games they hoped would create new habits and foster real collaboration among players—ideas that could transfer into the real world. “Games for Social Change” began with students examining, playing, and writing […]
United Friends School
Good Shepherd Participates in the White House Student Video Competition!
Did you know the White House is interested in educational technology? This year, they sponsored the first ever Student Film Festival and invited K-12 students to create a video to share the ways technology is being used in their schools. Some of our students put together an amazing video with the help of Candace Henry […]
Good Shepherd Episcopal School