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Thinking Like A Christian
with Beverly Williams
Registration for this class has moved to: Thinking Like a Christian | Jumbula
After defining what a worldview is, your high school student will be challenged to think about the Christian worldview as it applies to: theology, philosophy, biology, psychology, ethics, sociology, law, politics, economics, and history. The last chapter addresses why Christians should understand other worldviews and explains briefly the Marxist/Leninist, Secular Humanist, and Cosmic Humanist worldviews. The homework (5 days a week, like a daily quiet time) is critical for student participation. The Student Journal "Thinking Like a Christian" is included in the price if registered by 04 September.
14 sessions, 1.5 hours each.
Contact: Beverly Williams
Thinking Like A Christian Student Journal included if registered by September 4, 2021. Late registrants are responsible for purchasing their own book.
with Jim Kessler
Alan Erisman, author of the upcoming book The Math Myth: “If we taught English the way we teach math, students would spend all their time doing spelling tests and diagraming sentences but never read a great book or ever read poetry.”
We will use aerodynamics to make poetry out of algebra. This course will cover lift, weight, thrust and drag. Newton’s three laws, atmospherics, and more. We will use spread sheets to perform our calculations and graph the results. Spread sheet operations and calculations will be presented.
Student will develop a mathematical model of an airplane and, if desired, they will fly in the aircraft they modeled and verify the model.
If your young adult is interested in aviation this will be a great place to start.
The free online book used will be: Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators
Contact: Jim Kessler 19104672162
KinderCraft and Science
with Mona Koerner
Registration for this class has moved to: KinderCraft and Science | Jumbula
Rockets, Robots, Volcanoes Oh My!
For Ages 4-6
The goal of this class is for young students to have fun exploring the physical wonders of God's creation through hands-on crafts and projects. We will build rockets, erupt volcanoes, play with robots, mix colors, paint, create, design, listen to read alouds, write the letters of the alphabet, and learn about dinosaurs and fossils from a Biblical Worldview.
Contact: Mona Koerner
TeenPact Alum Prep
with Sandy Cannon
Registration for this class has moved to: TeenPact Alumni Prep | Jumbula
The TeenPact alumni homework includes two essays. We will tackle the research and writing of these assignments.
(No class 11/24)
If teacher misses more than one class, a make-up class will be offered.
Mission to Mars
with Beverly Williams
Registration for this class has moved to: Mission to Mars | Jumbula
Mission to Mars, through the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), provides 4th-6th grade students the opportunity to plan and carry out a simulated mission to Mars. This is a true STEAM program including math, science, nutrition, art, music, movement, and teamwork. Students must be pre-registered by 30 Sept 2021. The class will be held until early May 2022, depending on the date of the Link Up Day (some time late April or early May). To make 14 sessions, there will be additional breaks determined by the teacher. The cost includes ALL materials.
Must pre-register by 30 Sept 2021.
Contact Teacher:email@example.com 617-512-4801 or 505-600-1355
If COVID-19 restrictions are uncertain this class will move to ZOOM.