PROTOTYPE FAIR WEBINAR CONFERENCE

Welcome! We celebrated the end of our Fall semester work with an internal exhibition, Prototype Fair, December 17, 2020! In addition to in class presentations of learning, Crosstown High students present their works-in-progress (aka prototypes) to their immediate community and receive critique to incorporate in their design thinking process. Our students utilized this T.A.G. Critique form to exercise giving, receiving, and incorporating feedback. Below, you will find recordings of the webinar sessions conducted that day.

Students will present more developed and polished work during YETICON, our public facing exhibition that will conclude this school year on May 22, 2021.

MORNING SESSIONS 9:00 – 12:00 PM

SESSION ONE: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Session One features work from our Science department. Here, you’ll learn about how our students are working to redesign our environment.

Curated and moderated by Danielle Tyler

SESSION TWO: AP ART & ART III

Session Two features work from our Art department. Here, you’ll learn about how our students are working to depict their view of the world and themselves.

Curated and moderated by Danielle Tyler

SESSION THREE: AP SEMINAR

Session Five features work from our Writing and History department. Here, you’ll learn about how our students are working to build fantastical worlds and explore the absurd within our own history.

Curated and moderated by Danielle Tyler

AFTERNOON SESSIONS 12:30 – 3:00 PM

SESSION FOUR: MUSIC PRODUCTION

Session Four features work from our Music department. Here, you’ll learn about how our students are working to process what it means to be an American citizen as they prepare for XQ’s ArtsxActivism music challenge in January.

Curated and moderated by Danielle Tyler

SESSION FIVE: CREATIVE WRITING

Session Five features work from our Writing and History department. Here, you’ll learn how our students are working to build fantastical worlds and explore the absurd within our own history.

Curated and moderated by Danielle Tyler

SESSION SIX: CREATIVE WRITING

Session Six features work from our Humanities department. Here, you’ll receive an exclusive window into our students’ personal narratives through storytelling and poetry.

Curated and moderated by Danielle Tyler

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