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Studio X in Chelsea, Manhattan is an intense collaborative workshop by day and energizing event space by night that focuses on rebooting the global conversation about the future of the built environment. They sponsored a "smell walk" to encourage curious learners to think about developing tomorrow's cities with smell in mind. To join the conversation, check out Vialo...
GRAMMY Camp is a music education camp that allows youth to explore the reality of a profession in the music industry. This camp does not cater to just performers but also songwriters, producers, technicians and the overall business aspect of the industry. The attendees get a break from their traditional school subjects to learn from people that have successfully made a career in music, such as GRAMMY-winning recordi...
The popular PBS program, POV, brought together storytellers and developers for a 2-day hacking marathon where their talents commingled to create new platforms for bringing non-fiction narratives to new audiences. Taking queues and inspiration from their differing areas of expertise, programmers and documentarians learned from each other to create new tools for learning and engagement. To discuss this video go to
826NYC not only serves as an outfitter for super hero necessities at the Super Hero Supply Store, but also as an activator of the imagination. The storytelling and bookmaking workshops for kids engage new authors in the writing process. In the workshop, collaboratively creating characters, cliffhangers and "happily ever afters" are accompanied by actually binding and publishing editions of books created by child scribes. Want to learn more? To ...
Skateboarding has been a symbol of youth culture in New York City for several decades but rarely associated with education. Billy Rohan is working with schools and skate parks to change that perception by engaging skaters in professional and academic activities that empower the students by harnessing their interests. Through the program Billy Rohan uses a project-based approach to learning that pairs up high school learners with architects and other exp...
In an ongoing effort to explore the beehive of learning that is New York City, the EdLab video team revisits the inaugural event of the Brooklyn Skillshare. In line with the needs of today's post-industrial, information-based world, Skillshare is an innovative reciprocal learning community grounded in the belief that everyone has something to teach and learn, and that learning should be nonexclusive. To discuss this video go to