Student Collaboration

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Students work together on worksheets in AP Biology.

Bronx Science is filled with creative individuals, all of whom have their own unique ideas and opinions. In class, one of the greatest resources that students have is each other. Through group discussions and projects, students can collaborate and work together to learn effectively. Students can make friends and have social benefits, while also learning material more effectively through these group discussions. Communicating with peers can help students better understand difficult STEM courses, as well as the more analytical side to humanities classes. The following photos depict students working together in a wide variety of subjects.

In class, one of the greatest resources that students have is each other. Through group discussions and projects, students can collaborate and work together to learn effectively.

 

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In French class, students admire various group projects about famous LGBTQ+ figures.

 

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While in the library, students help each other with homework.

 

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Peers check each other’s work during Chinese class.

 

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AP Environmental Science allows students across all grades to interact with and learn more about animals together.

 

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Being seated in small group formations allows for easy discussions during history class.

 

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Seniors in Game Theory ask their partners for clarification.

 

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One student jots down observations, while their partner looks through the microscope during a Biology lab.

 

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Students in the Research Program discuss a worksheet together.

 

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After just giving a presentation, a student answers questions for her peers.
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