Summer Science is Fun
The University of West Georgia will offer IMPACT summer workshops that teach children science and mathematics in a fun and entertaining way through the Department of Continuing Education.
Learning can be summer fun with IMPACT workshops for school children in June and July at the University of West Georgia. Registration is ongoing.
IMPACT or Improving Motivation, Performance and Attitudes of Children and Teachers is funded through the Alice Richards Foundation.
The summer sessions will offer a variety of weeklong, half-day courses in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to children in grades K – 8. All the sessions will be led by knowledgeable university scientists assisted by undergraduate students who are committed to sharing their knowledge and passion for science with the West Georgia children.
Workshops will provide authentic, hands-on learning experiences and encourage creative thinking, development of problem-solving skills and individual exploration of student interests.
IMPACT session themes and topics are interesting, interactive, challenging and give children a chance to meet and have fun with other students who share their interests and enthusiasm for learning.
For more information or to register for a workshop, go to https://uwgagenda.westga.edu/impact3.htm.
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