Ideas that Changed the World Session 3 – Grades 4 (academically mature) – 8 – Spring 2022 – 10 Weeks
Wednesday, March 30 2022 @ 3:00PM - Wednesday, June 15 2022 @ 4:30PM EDT| $250.00
Discoveries don’t usually come about with someone leaping out of a bathtub shouting “Eureka!” More often than not discoveries are the result of the coming together of efforts of a lot of different people. This class focuses on ten inventions, theories or discoveries that truly changed the world, and on the people who were involved in the process. The world is a big multifaceted place. With that in mind, each class will focus on a different area of science. This interdisciplinary class will be sure to surprise you and to blow your mind!
This is an interdisciplinary history of the sciences class, taught by Jonathan Meola, which bridges and integrates the various sciences. We will be learning to take ‘mind-mapping notes’ as we study.
This class seeks to foster greater familiarity with and appreciation for the technological advancement of the modern world, as it inspires our own creativity.
Students can expect approximately 1 hour of homework.
Please note: There are three independent sessions of IDEAS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD. Each session covers different topics!
NOTE: Registration deadline is March 1, 2022.
There must be a minimum of FIVE students to run this class.
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