Summer Learning Clubs integrate math, literacy, and STEAM activities into a thematic approach for an extended period. Each week this complete immersive experience will cover a different topic over two days. Tuesdays center around a blend of inquiry, design, research, writing, and the arts. The Wednesday class builds on the deep work from Tuesday, and focuses on math, science and revision, testing, and technology, with students creating a physical representation of their learning.
Using a Project Based Learning model, students will work together to solve challenging problems that are authentic, curriculum-based, and interdisciplinary. Following this format, learners will decide how to approach a problem and what activities to pursue in their unique approaches. They gather information from various sources and plan, synthesize, analyze, and derive knowledge from it. Their learning is inherently valuable because it connects to something real and organic and promotes essential skills such as collaboration, revision, and reflection. In a culminating activity, students will demonstrate their newly acquired knowledge and communicate this with others. Throughout this process, the teacher's role is to guide and advise rather than direct and manage the student's work.
There will be a short movement and snack break.
REGISTER for Week 1- Architecture: Imagine, Design, Build (June 27 and June 28) HERE.
REGISTER for Week 2 - Olympics: Let the Games Begin! (July 11 and July 12) HERE.
REGISTER for Week 3 - Making Music (July 18 and July 19) HERE.
REGISTER for Week 4 - Outer Space: the Next Frontier (July 25 and July 26) HERE.
REGISTER for Week 5 - People who Changed the World (August 1 and August 2) HERE.
REGISTER for Week 6 - Flight and its Many Forms (August 8 and August 9) HERE.
REGISTER for Week 7 - Tell Your Story: Create a Picture Book (August 15 and August 16) HERE.
REGISTER for Week 8 - Code Making Code Breaking (August 22 and August 23) HERE.
The Summer Learning Clubs are made possible by the continuing generosity of Roz and Bud Siegel.