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The Spring 2012 final report is available!
You can find it here: Spring 2012 Report
On April 5th, students from both DelSesto and Nathanael Greene came to Brown to demo their creative projects to each other, the Learning Exchange staff, and other faculty and students in the Brown community.
The students were incredibly proud of their projects and excited to present. The computer programming students explained the intricacies of their games while the music mixers covered the details on how they brought together different types of songs to produce cool mashups. One 6th-grade student, finishing her second session with LE, even gave a short speech on what the program has meant for her interest in mathematics.
Here are some pictures from the event:
Many students left Brown with an excitement for college and a desire to learn more about how they can build on the activities they explored through LE this past session. We look forward to working with middle and high-school teachers in the coming months to brainstorm how their students may continue to explore creative ways to learn!
We recently began our Spring teaching program. We have partnered with the Providence After School Alliance (PASA) at DelSesto Middle School to become an official after-school provider. It has been very fun developing relationships with staff and students at DelSesto – many of whom were in the program during the Fall and are excited to be back.
We also recently partnered with Nathanael Greene Middle School and have recruited more staff to lead our teaching efforts there. With excellent support from the school, we have been fortunate to have an exciting start and can’t wait to see what comes next.
Stay tuned for updates!
Thank you to those who applied to teach with LE this upcoming Spring! We will be announcing our teaching staff in the upcoming weeks. Stay tuned!