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Ryan Hartman

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History of Ancient Greece

Come for a time traveling trip to Ancient Greece with me. We will go back in time during this online class to see what life was like for an elementary student in this ancient civilization. Would you have lived in Athens or Sparta? What were battles like and how was life as a soldier? What did ancient Greeks eat and wear as both the rich and the poor? What did the original Olympics look like and who competed in this competition? This will be an extra fun topic to compare to modern day to see how much has changed in a few thousand years.
We will study the Greek alphabet and use it in class together. We will even hold an Olympics at the end of the session for those families that are comfortable gathering outdoors.
My style of teaching is mostly lecture with lots of opportunity for student input and questions. I use activities from the History Pockets Curriculum and do not require any homework or extra assignments.

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Melissa Hanna

I have been teaching online for 4 years and focus on including each student at their own level. My goal with online learning is to encourage my students to be engaged, and I find that the best learning is done with laughter. I have a history degree from the University of Texas and have been […]

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Raina Randolph

Raina Randolph is a musician, private music teacher, and an audio and music producer. She teaches many instruments, as well as songwriting, performance and many other skills vital to a well rounded musical knowledge. She has been playing piano and singing since the age of five. She played music through college, writing songs and recording […]

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Trading For Fun & Profit

This course introduces the basics of trading financial assets such as Stocks, Forex, and Cryptocurrencies. While some time will be spent on psychology and theory, the focus will be on showing students “how” to enter and exit trades profitably using “price action” and basic technical analysis. We will use a popular, free online charting platform to “paper trade,” so the experience will feel sort of like playing a (geeky) video game for students. After the fundamentals are learned, we’ll have a “paper trading contest” over the final few weeks of the course. (Prizes to be awarded for first 3 places.)

Students would benefit from having a laptop or tablet at class, but this is not a requirement.
(Concepts introduced in class can be implemented and practiced at home by following supplemental videos provided by instructor.)

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Ryan Hartman

Digital marketer and entrepreneur with lots of experience in PPC Demand Generation, “Teaching To Sell,” and marketing funnel automation. At time of this submission he’s co-founder of Thanks.io and VP of Training & Engagement at Inside Real Estate… and also a (more than) part time crypto trader.

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Skating

This PE class is a fun way for kids to get their bodies moving through roller skating, roller blading, and skateboarding. Students will be taught how to safely skate, including basic skills such as stopping, turning, and basic tricks for more advanced students. Students must bring their own skates or skateboard.

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COVID-19 Policy and Waiver

LOLFamilies, Inc Covid Policies and Agreement Member Agreements Regarding COVID-19 & CDC Compliance If you would like a copy of our Policies & Procedures outlining the preventative measures we are taking against the spread of SARS-CoV-2, please let us know. Please initial each line below: 1. ________ I agree to not come to any in […]

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Michael K. Lyman

Michael K. Lyman is a veteran of the armed forces with a degree in graphic design and provides online cartooning and drawing instruction to children ages twelve and up through home-school groups, regional art centers and private lessons. Students draw what they want to draw, focusing on areas where they want to improve, with no […]

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FunWithBots Robotics 10+

Students at all experience levels will have an opportunity to learn about robotics using LEGO Mindstorms and LEGO WeDo® robotics materials as well as LEGO DACTA educational kits as a base. Activities include learning about sturdy design, exploring mechanical and structural engineering concepts, learning logic and coding in the LEGO programming languages, and will learn the importance of troubleshooting and debugging as a coding skill. Students will have an opportunity to join a competition FIRST LEGO League team if there is enough interest. Class is open to students ages 4-18 and students work in small groups with peers in their age range. Returning students work on NEW CHALLENGES to advance their learning.

Students wanting to join Robotics Team should sign up for this option. Please contact Shauna with questions.

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FunWithBots Robotics 6-10

Students at all experience levels will have an opportunity to learn about robotics using LEGO Mindstorms and LEGO WeDo® robotics materials as well as LEGO DACTA educational kits as a base. Activities include learning about sturdy design, exploring mechanical and structural engineering concepts, learning logic and coding in the LEGO programming languages, and will learn the importance of troubleshooting and debugging as a coding skill. Students will have an opportunity to join a competition FIRST LEGO League team if there is enough interest. Class is open to students ages 4-18 and students work in small groups with peers in their age range. Returning students work on NEW CHALLENGES to advance their learning.

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