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What Happened? Mysteries at Sea – July 2021 – Grades 4 – 8

Thursday, July 1 2021 @ 1:00PM - Thursday, July 22 2021 @ 2:30PM EDT

| $60.00


Thursday, July 1 2021 @ 1:00PM EDT
Thursday, July 22 2021 @ 2:30PM EDT
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1:00PM - 2:30PM (ET)
Jonathan Meola
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[email protected]
4 - 8
The Lockheed Electra 'Flying Laboratory', piloted by American aviator Amelia Earhart (1898 - 1937) and Fred Noonan flies over the Golden Gate bridge in Oakland, California, at the start of a planned round-the-world flight, 17th March 1924. The trip had to be abandoned after the plane crashed on take off in Hawaii. A subsequent attempt ended when the aviators went missing in the Pacific and the pair were eventually presumed dead. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)


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Studying history is like being a detective who solves crimes. Just as police detectives find evidence and use the evidence to come to answers about crimes, a History Detective pretty much does the same thing with historical events.

In this four session workshop, taught by Jonathan Meola, students will learn about four unsolved mysteries that occurred at sea, examine and review historical evidence, and draw their own conclusions about these disappearances from the evidence presented.

All attendees should bring the following to our first session:

  • Notepads
  • Pencils
  • An inquisitive mind
  • Working webcam and microphone are preferred for full participation in this class (we will use chat log for primary communication, but webcam/mic will allow students to share their work with the instructor and class in real-time.)

Each class session will last between 70-90 minutes depending on content and pacing.

Homework will be given – about 30 minutes worth per session.

We will meet on July 1, 8, 15 and 22.

We hope to see you there!

Registration is open until 11:59pm ET on Thursday, June 24th.
Minimum five students to run ANY class.

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