Students will define a character or historical figure's philosophy and apply it as a tool to analyze other people or characters.
Learn to increase complexity in science by bringing in multiple experts.
Create wind-powered vehicles from common, inexpensive items and hold a fun engineering competition in your class!
Teach students to think from the point of view of an economist in a variety of settings. An economist studies wealth, but that doesn't have to mean money! Use the economist to examine everything from The American Revolution to the rain forests.
Here's an exciting engineering project that encourages students to prototype, use their intuition, and learn from their mistakes. Plus, they get to build and destroy bridges!
Delve into Socrates, Aristotle, and Confucius' styles of thinking as you learn to use a framework for developing your own expert definitions.
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