BigFish Classes -We are GATHERING! Email us fro more details: email@example.com.
Classes and workshops are offered on a variety of topics. The schedule is a reflection of the interests and expertise of our core staff and community teachers & volunteers.
All classes and workshops are optional and open to every member. Classes will vary in length of time, days a week, and expectations
The design of each class will vary depending on the vision of the instructor, along with input from the students. We encourage all members to learn about and try as many classes as they can. Once a student decides to be a regular participant of a class, we expect commitment.
There are no grades or punishments, but we expect members to communicate with the teacher regarding attendance and other issues and to fulfill any requirements such as readings, research, or other assignments.
Some classes will ask for and expect a work/practice to happen outside of class time, while others will be less directed. This will be made clear in the class description.
Teens can also request to lead a class of their own creation. The teen will present an outline and expectations of the class with a staff member and pitch the class to members at BigFish Lunch Hour (Mon. thru Thurs. 12 - 1 pm).
Weekly classes will run Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays (9 am - 4 pm).
Classes we've run or are planning:
Math Workshop - (Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Deductive Reasoning, Math Logic)
Reading & Writing Workshop - ( essay writing, fiction, poetry research, grammar, reading skills, book groups and more)
Well-Being & Resilience
Intro to Programming
Anatomy of a Laptop
Intro to Psychology
How History Repeats Itself
The Media Diet - What information are you eating?
Anatomy & Physiology