ERIC Number: ED468326
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Reference Count: N/A
Imagine...Opportunities and Resources for Academically Talented Youth, 2001-2002.
Hartman, Melissa, Ed.
Imagine, v9 n1-5 Sep/Oct 2001-May/Jun 2002
This collection of 5 issues of Imagine cover the time period from November/December 2001 through May/June 2002. Designed for gifted youth, the issues focus on dramatic arts, physics and astronomy, communications, law and politics, and robotics, and contain the following featured articles: (1) The Story of a Play (Gemma Cooper-Novack); (2) Listening to Shakespeare (Cam Magee); (3) Following My Voice: From NYCO to Opera (Zach Wissner-Gross); (4) Catching Up with a Rising Star (Melissa Hartman); (5) The Art of Technical Theater (Priscilla Swan); (6) Stargazing at its Best: Space Science and Astronomy at Kopernik (Sam Kapcio); (7) Space Scientist for a Summer (Bhavna Sengupta); (8) Physics Boot Camp: The U.S. Physics Team Training Camp (Ben Schwartz); (9) Sines and Wonders: The Science of Sound (Carol Blackburn); (10) Extreme Space: Studying Black Holes (Andrew Ptak); (11) NHSI: Journalism from Dawn to Dusk (Gavin Myers); (12) Osmosis and Trial and Error: An Education in Yearbook (Christina Sanabria); (13) The Story Behind Sound: High School Radio (Paul Campbell); (14) Almost Famous: Getting a Start with Fox 61 Student News (Stefani and Amy Lang); (15) Playing Favorites: An Exploration of Bias in the Media (Aaron Back); (16) Yes! You Can Change the World (David Lau); (17) A Member of the Board (Elizabeth Hart); (18) Hearts and Mines: Joining the Fight against Landmines (Auguste Dutcher); (19) Cultivating a World View: Model United Nations (Emiliano Martin De Luca); (20) Adventures in Creativity: Odyssey of the Mind" (Luke Murphy); (21) Botball: LEGOs in Motion (Monica Garner); (22) Walking on Ice: A Robot for Alaska (Hanna and Heather Craig); (23) My Journey in Robotics (Eser Chamoglu); (24) FIRST Days: A Season in Robotics (Ameya Agaskar); and (25) Adventures in Robotics (Hans Anderson). Each issue explores topic-related career options and college planning considerations. (CR)
Descriptors: Astronomy, Careers, College Planning, Day Camp Programs, Dramatics, Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, Journalism, Physics, Robotics, Social Action, Special Programs, Talent, Theater Arts
Imagine, P.O. Box 19966, Baltimore, MD 21211-0966 (annual subscription, $25; institutions, $30). Tel: 215-826-0707; Fax: 215-788-6887; Web site: http://www.jhu.edu/gifted/imagine.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD. Center for Talented Youth.