Algebra I Instructor: Introductory algebra provides students with a solid grasp of algebra, allowing them to understand how to solve equations, how to use formulas, how to graph both linear and exponential equations and functions and how to solve systems of linear equations. Throughout the course, students will build on knowledge gained from previous courses as they use different operations to solve and graph equations and functions. There is also an emphasis on being able to create equations and functions for a variety of real-world problems, such as half-life and compound interest.
As a live class instructor, you work closely with the course director to instruct students across the globe! Using presentations created by the course director, you run regular weekly classes and grade student work on quizzes and other assignments.
As a self-paced class instructor, you regularly check different quizzes in the course and grade the work of students who have been...
The Saltz Internship Program is an education and employment program for high school students 14yrs old and up. Interns facilitate science conversations using artifacts, specimens, models, and scientific tools on mobile stations throughout the museum and at dioramas and displays in museum halls with museum visitors.
As an intern you can explore scientific and cultural content, improve communication skills, gain experience having science conversations, develop relationships with museum staff and other interns from across the city, while engaging with museum visitors from around the world! As a participant in the program you will also participate in college and career readiness workshops, and gain exposure to a variety of STEM careers.
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By traveling on an AIA Tour you directly support the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) while personally gaining the benefit of the AIA’s network of scholars and worldwide contacts. The AIA is the oldest and largest archaeological organization in North America. The Institute seeks to educate people of all ages about the significance of archaeological discovery. For more than a century, the AIA has been dedicated to the encouragement and support of archaeological research and publication, and to the protection of the world’s archaeological resources and cultural heritage.
AIA Tours offers in-depth land trips that range from comfortable to ultra-luxurious and cruises aboard outstanding small ships that can dock and anchor at historic ports and towns that larger ships simply cannot visit.
Download our 2021/22 AIA LAND Tours Schedule, contact us if you would like to receive a copy via email or postal mail. Call 800-748-6262 or email ...
66 5th Ave, New York, NY 10011, USA
Parsons Summer Intensive Studies: New York is an exceptional academic art and design program enriched by the vast resources of New York City. Whether you're a high school student preparing to apply to college, a college student interested in enhancing your own program and earning transfer credits, or an adult investigating career options, our summer courses can help you define and achieve your goals.
This intensive three-week, three-credit program is open to anyone wishing to deepen their knowledge of art and design in an academically rigorous and artistically stimulating environment. Students spend five days a week in studio classes and receive demanding homework assignments. Courses are supplemented by special events, including portfolio reviews, Parsons alumni career panels, and industry guest lecturers, all designed to prepare students for admission to design school or direct them toward relevant career paths.
30 Campus Rd, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY 12504, USA
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Summer Jazz Academy is the premier high school program for advanced high school jazz students. This two-week program, designed and instructed by Wynton Marsalis and a select team of faculty, serves as a rigorous training institute for 42 of the most advanced and dedicated high school jazz students (grades 9-12). Students will apply by audition and participate in one of two big bands multiple performing small combos, receive private lessons, and experience classes in aesthetics, culture, history, performance practice and pedagogy. In addition to this educational component, the institute will also feature several public performances featuring the student combos, student big bands, along with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis at Bard College during the summer of 2017.
82 Washington Square E, New York, NY 10003, USA
Located in NYU’s internationally recognized Art and Art Professions department, this 4-week program is designed to provide students interested in the broad scope of art an introduction to the experience of being an art student at a prestigious New York City institution. Through unique and intensive studio projects, instruction, and cultural activities students will gain:
82 Washington Square E, New York, NY 10003, USA
Every summer, students ranging from high school students to professionals participate with NYU artist faculty, performing artists, and industry professionals within our varied and exhilarating MPAP courses and workshops. These programs offer master classes, private lessons, and performance opportunities that can benefit your artistic development.
We have a plethora of dynamic programs in music, dance, and theater. Some workshops include music theatre, chamber music, jazz improvisation, film scoring, and music business
721 Broadway, New York, NY 10003, USA
The Tisch Summer High School Program is tuition-based and culminates in six college credits. This program is a commitment of four weeks on campus that encompasses a highly structured class schedule. You will live in an NYU residence hall for the duration of the program. The summer program is open to high school sophomores and juniors from around the world.
721 Broadway, New York, NY 10003, USA
What can you do in four weeks? Develop your directing, shooting and editing skills to produce a music video and short film. Learn about documentary, experimental, and narrative approaches to film. Through hands-on instruction using Tisch’s professional digital camera and sound equipment, you can see your ideas come alive on screen.
570 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA
This course provides a broad introduction to the diverse legal world and its various practice areas while engaging with intellectual discourse on civil rights, free speech, and how citizens of a society engage with legal systems in place. Students will explore what motivates lawyers to practice law and consider firsthand whether a life in the law is a fit for them, while simultaneously engaging with the intellectual discourse on civil rights, free speech and how citizens of a society engage with the legal systems in place. Students will also examine the use of legal skills outside of the courtroom and the law firm. Students will delve into a range of non-lawyer careers and investigate how a legal background can be an asset in a variety of fields including business and journalism. This course is intended for students looking to explore pathways into the field of law and to help them discover their passion for one of the many avenues available for working within this field.
A Telluride Association Summer Program (TASP) is a free six-week educational experience for high school juniors that offers challenges and rewards rarely encountered in secondary school or even college.
Each program is designed to bring together young people from around the world who share a passion for learning. Telluride students, or TASPers, attend a seminar led by college and university scholars and participate in many other educational and social activities outside the classroom.
Students attend TASPs because they want a personal and intellectual challenge. Telluride Association seeks students from all kinds of educational backgrounds who demonstrate intellectual curiosity and motivation, rather than prior knowledge of the seminar’s subject matter. TASPers participate solely for the pleasure and rewards of learning with other intelligent, highly motivated students of diverse backgrounds. The TASP offers no grades or college credit.
100 Nicolls Rd, Stony Brook, NY 11794, USA
This is an intensive seven week program for gifted high school students which combines formal instruction with independent research and allows students to design original research projects with guidance from Garcia Center faculty, students, and staff. Students can continue during the academic year in the Mentor Program, which allows them to plan a research schedule with a faculty mentor throughout the year. Pre-arranged transportation and class schedules are coordinated with local school boards to enable students from a large geographical area to enroll in the program. Almost three hundred high school students have participated in this program since its inception.