Limited spaces remain! Register below.
Tuesdays, 5-7pm from October 22 - November 19
Boring lectures? Memorizing principle after principle? Not in this course! Through hands on projects and challenges—like constructing ramps to determine the curve of quickest descent— you’ll leave this course armed with the knowledge and tools needed to excel in high school physical science classes, exams and rigorous physics competitions.
What you'll do:
- Build and analyze a Harmonic Pendulum
- Construct ramps to determine the curve of quickest descent
- Determine the role of math in physics
- Make a custom t-shirt or other takeaway
- and more!
What you'll learn:
- How to transition to high school physical science classes
- Problem-solving skills
- Critical thinking
- and more!
Jack is a senior at Pine View School and longtime Suncoast Science Center volunteer. In addition to his love of mathematics, he is an avid cellist. Jack founded the Music for Medicine program at Sarasota Memorial Hospital as well as the If Music Be The Food program. Jack is passionate about a creative approach to mathematics and problem-solving and believes this approach is critical to solve the challenges of the future. After leading a successful "Brainbenders" summer camp, Jack is eager to help more students tackle their math and physics understanding.