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Participatory challenge: individually or in self-selected teams, construct a tableau for the future of NYC in a year of your choice.
We will spend today discussing the course — including content and expectations — and we will start getting to know each other. In order to find out more about each student, I’ll administer a non-graded initial assessment questionnaire. If possible, … Continue reading