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Live moderation | Small groups | Ages 11-15 | Earn Certificate
Designed and led by Stanford educators
1 hour per day
3 days
80% of US teenagers struggle with STEM in middle school.
We transform STEM learning into a
fun adventure. Fun for children. Meaningful learning outcomes that parents value.
more confident to apply skills learned

more focused than their e-learning peers

more emotionally connected to content than classroom learners
80% of what we know, we learned from experience. The future of game-based learning is IMMERSIVE. Our students get first-hand experience with technology that will shape their future.

Students Learn Better in Virtual Reality

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Empower children to acquire the essential skills they need for the jobs of the future

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Created by Stanford PhD, Marcos Rojas, this genetics class is a great opportunity to explore the structure and function of DNA, the basic principles of heredity, and genetic mutations.

Students will explore how living things use genetic information to transmit traits from generation to generation, how mutations can change genes and produce new traits, and how genotypic and phenotypic traits are passed down.

Other topics include the history of genetics, the implications of genetic engineering and biotechnology, and the power of using genetics to answer questions about ancestry and health.

Virtual hands-on activities will also be incorporated into the lesson plan, such as constructing models of DNA molecules or designing a mock family tree to illustrate the basics of heredity. Through this kind of engaging teaching, students will gain a better understanding of the science behind genetics and its implications in their lives.

Mars has captured human imagination for centuries and has served as a setting for many science fiction novels. Scientists have looked to Mars as an unique resource, holding clues to the origin of the solar system as well as the potential for future colonization. Numerous autonomous satellites and rovers have been sent to the red planet. With each successful mission we learn more about our most accessible celestial neighbor.

Whether you dream of one day traveling to Mars or just want to learn more about our celestial neighbor, this course is for you. Did you know Mars is home to the largest volcano in the solar system? Or that it has a gigantic canyon 10 times wider and deeper than Earth’s Grand Canyon?

We will deep dive into Mars’ surface geography and unique tectonics, look at its ice caps, and talk about whether water was present on Mars before. We will learn about current explorations of Mars and how we may prepare for human travel there.

Difficult concepts are easily explained — the ability to interact with educational material builds up solid knowledge and long term memory.

Topics covered:

- Middle School: Fractions; Ratios; Rate of Change; Probability; Surface Area

- Algebra I: Linear Functions; Systems of Equations; Quadratics; Linear Regression; Exponential Functions

- Geometry: Transformations; Distance Formula; Trig Ratios; Circles; Solids of Rotation

Advanced Algebra: Periodic Functions; Complex Numbers; Polar Coordinates; Vector Addition; Ellipses; Matrices