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Programs for kids between 14 and 18 years old in category "Academic"
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Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
This course investigates various topics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics using a series of projects and problems that are both meaningful and relevant to the students’ lives. Students develop engineering skills, including design principles, modeling, and presentations, using a variety of computer hardware and software applications to complete assignments and projects.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
How could climate change disrupt your production and supply chains or impact your consumer markets? Will tariffs help or hurt your business? How embedded is social media in your marketing plan? Is your company vulnerable to cybercrime? What 21st-century skills are you cultivating in your leadership team?
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
What does it mean to think like a psychologist? In Introduction to Psychology, students explore three central psychological perspectives — the behavioral, the cognitive, and the sociocultural — in order to develop a multifaceted understanding of what thinking like a psychologist encompasses. The additional question of “How do psychologists put what they know into practice?” informs study of the research methods in psychology, the ethics surrounding them, and the application of those methods to practice.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
What does it mean to think like a psychologist? In Introduction to Psychology, students explore three central psychological perspectives — the behavioral, the cognitive, and the sociocultural — in order to develop a multifaceted understanding of what thinking like a psychologist encompasses. The additional question of “How do psychologists put what they know into practice?” informs study of the research methods in psychology, the ethics surrounding them, and the application of those methods to practice.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
This course is a prerequisite to Medical Problem Solving II at GOA. In this course, students collaboratively solve medical mystery cases, similar to the approach used in many medical schools. Students enhance their critical-thinking skills as they examine data, draw conclusions, diagnose, and identify appropriate treatment for patients.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
In this course, students learn about how consumers and producers interact to form a market and then how and why the government may intervene in that market. Students deepen their understanding of basic microeconomic theory through class discussion and debate, problem solving, and written reflection.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
This course investigates various topics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics using a series of projects and problems that are both meaningful and relevant to the students’ lives. Students develop engineering skills, including design principles, modeling, and presentations, using a variety of computer hardware and software applications to complete assignments and projects.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
In this course, students learn financial responsibility and social consciousness. They examine a wide array of topics including personal budgeting, credit cards and credit scores, career and earning potential, insurance, real estate, financial investment, retirement savings, charitable giving, taxes, and other items related to personal finance.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
Religion is one of the most salient forces in contemporary society but is also one of the most misunderstood. What exactly is religion? How does religious identity inform the ways humans understand themselves and the world around them? How can increased levels of religious literacy help us become more effective civic agents in the world today?
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
Are China and the U.S. on a collision course for war? Can the Israelis and Palestinians find a two-state solution in the holy land? Will North Korea launch a nuclear weapon? Can India and Pakistan share the subcontinent in peace? These questions dominate global headlines and our daily news feeds.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
This course, which teaches critical-thinking skills through argument mapping, offers students the opportunity to make a significant intellectual leap and improve not only their performance in school but also their ability to engage in productive arguments.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
What does it mean to think like a psychologist? In Introduction to Psychology, students explore three central psychological perspectives — the behavioral, the cognitive, and the sociocultural — in order to develop a multifaceted understanding of what thinking like a psychologist encompasses. The additional question of “How do psychologists put what they know into practice?” informs study of the research methods in psychology, the ethics surrounding them, and the application of those methods to practice.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
In this course, students learn about how consumers and producers interact to form a market and then how and why the government may intervene in that market. Students deepen their understanding of basic microeconomic theory through class discussion and debate, problem solving, and written reflection.
Academic
Jun 17, 2024 - Aug 2, 2024 7:30am - 12:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
In this course, students learn financial responsibility and social consciousness. They examine a wide array of topics including personal budgeting, credit cards and credit scores, career and earning potential, insurance, real estate, financial investment, retirement savings, charitable giving, taxes, and other items related to personal finance.
Academic

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