Category: Course Features

Kaushik Basu on Applied Mathematics

The interview below is a part of a series on New Secondary Division course offerings for 2017. Kaushik Basu discusses his upcoming Secondary Division course, Applied Mathematics, Understanding Higher Math through Physics and Tinkering. Read the course description here. Kaushik Basu has been a teacher with ATDP since 2013, and has taught several courses including […]

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Toby Jaw on Mathematical Constructions

The interview below is a part of a series on New Secondary Division course offerings for 2017. Toby Jaw discusses his upcoming Secondary Division course, Mathematical Constructions With Art & Computers. Read the course description here. Toby Jaw has been a teacher for SD since 2005! Every year he has taught Algebra II/Trigonometry, except in […]

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New courses featured for 2015

Secondary Division courses Advanced Reading & Writing The study of language broadens horizons and sharpens the mind. This course is for students completing 10th and 11th grades who love to read and write and would like to amplify their skills in a vibrant, intensive setting. See full course description Fundamentals of Art This hands-on studio […]

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Featured ED & SD Courses for Summer 2014

Elementary Division Courses Completing Kindergarten: Fun with Math; Seashore Science; Planet Ocean Completing 1st grade: Mathmagic!; Earth Sciences: Gee!-ology; Ancient Greece through Myth, Math, & Science Completing 2nd grade: Jazz Up Your Writing; Exploring Light and Vision; Math for the Real World; Rainforests Completing 3rd grade: Authors' Corner; Human Anatomy; Mathematicians' Playground; Those Wonderful Simple Machines! Completing 4th grade: The Artists' Studio; The Invisible Living World; The […]

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New Secondary and Elementary Courses for Summer 2013

One of the most exciting things about releasing our annual course catalog is the opportunity to introduce ATDP families to newly-added courses.  From Elementary Division to Secondary, from poetry to microbiology, these new additions promise to excite and enrich this summer’s young scholars. Instructor Interviews Who better to introduce a new course than its instructor? […]

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