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Monday

How to Argue: Logic and Reasoning

Term: Winter 2018     Class Meets: Monday,      9:00 am - 10:30 am ET

Class Begins: Jan 15, 2018

Duration: 90 minutes,  Weeks: 10

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Price: $300.00

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Do you love arguing with your friends? Do you like trying to make your point, even if it’s not a good one? This class is for you! In this class, we’ll discuss structures of arguments, common fallacies and basic logic skills. We’ll also discuss how to “argue” with someone and still remain friends! After this class, you should be able to make clear, valid arguments.

Instructor: Jennifer Tubbs

Grade Range: 8th - 12th

A minimum of 5 students must enroll for this class to be held.

Wednesday

The Math of the Game: Math in Sports

Term: Winter 2018     Class Meets: Wednesday,      9:00 am - 10:30 am ET

Class Begins: Jan 15, 2018

Duration: 90 minutes,  Weeks: 10

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Price: $300.00

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Have you ever wondered how people get all those numbers that you see when watching a sporting event? Or have you ever wondering why they even matter? In this class, we will look at how ESPN or other sports broadcasters get all those numbers! We will also learn how to use those numbers to make predictions.

Instructor: Jennifer Tubbs

Grade Range: 5th - 9th

A minimum of 5 students must enroll for this class to be held.

Wednesday

Can You Relate? Developing Relationship Skills

Term: Winter 2018     Class Meets: Wednesday,      11:00 am - 12:30 pm ET

Class Begins: Jan 15, 2018

Duration: 90 minutes,  Weeks: 10

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Price: $300.00

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Explore a wide variety of psychological tools and perspectives which can improve and enrich our relationships with other people, such as friends, family members including parents and even members of the opposite sex as well as ourselves. We will look at resources and psychological approaches that can help us in the various relationships in our life. Some topics that we will cover include the art of listening, communication between genders, how to deal with people in our lives who we strongly disagree with and how we can use tools such as Yoga, meditation and EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to get ourselves to a ‘better place’ emotionally.

Instructor: Yitzchak Twersky

Grade Range: 8th - 12th

A minimum of 5 students must enroll for this class to be held.

Wednesday

Present Yourself: A Course in Public Speaking

Term: Winter 2018     Class Meets: Wednesday,      11:00 am - 12:30 pm ET

Class Begins: Jan 15, 2018

Duration: 90 minutes,  Weeks: 10

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Price: $300.00

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After animals and death, public speaking is one of the most common fears people experience. Yet, being able to speak publicly is a skill that is required in so many areas of life – teaching, interviewing for a job and sales, just to name a few. Learning how to present yourself well and with confidence is crucial to success in life.  This course, taught by a public speaker and life coach, covers all of the basic pieces needed for you to learn to speak in public with confidence and effectiveness.

Instructor: Penina Taylor

Grade Range: 7th - 12th

A minimum of 5 students must enroll for this class to be held.

Tuesday

Do you know how to think?: Critical Thinking and Decision Making

Term: Winter 2018     Class Meets: Tuesday,      5:00 pm - 6:30 pm ET

Class Begins: Jan 15, 2018

Duration: 90 minutes,  Weeks: 10

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Price: $300.00

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Have you ever thought about thinking? How do you think? Do you like puzzles? The puzzle of better thinking is called critical thinking. Critical thinking provides methods to understand arguments. What is a proper argument? (Hint: There aren’t any raised voices included!) Critical thinking provides insightful processes to analyze proper arguments, their premises and flaws. We will explore how to think more purposefully about what we hear, read or think. We will exercise these skills through classroom discussions, homework and an end of semester scenario exam.

Instructor: Leo McCormick

Grade Range: 8th - 12th

A minimum of 5 students must enroll for this class to be held.