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ERIC Number: ED002368
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 18
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THE COMMUNITY RESOURCES POOL SEMINAR DESCRIPTIONS.
SATURDAY MORNING SEMINARS FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WERE CONDUCTED WITH PROFESSIONAL RESOURCE PERSONS AS TEACHERS. THE PROGRAM WAS VOLUNTARY. THREE 9-WEEK SEMINARS WERE CONDUCTED IN THE FALL. SUBJECTS STUDIED WERE MICROBIOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY (6TH GRADE), COMPUTER MATH (7TH AND 8TH GRADE), AND CHEMISTRY (GRADES 9-12). DURING THE SPRING, EARTH SCIENCE (6TH GRADE) AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (GRADES 9-12) WERE OFFERED. CRITICAL THINKING, LED BY A PHILOSOPHY PROFESSOR, WAS OFFERED TO 9TH AND 10TH GRADERS. SOCIAL SCIENCE SEMINARS DISCUSSED NATIONALISM AND POLITICS WITH SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. ARTISTS, SCULPTORS, ARCHITECTS AND OTHERS LEAD VARIOUS WEEKLY SATURDAY MORNING SEMINARS. WRITING PROGRAMS WERE PLANNED IN PLAYWRITING (GRADES 5 AND 6), FICTION WRITING (SECONDARY SCHOOLS), POETRY, AND JOURNALISM.
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Identifiers: NEW YORK