November 13, 2021, 1:30 pmMODA, 1315 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA
LEGO Time Travelers - Ancient Egypt This virtual LEGO Studio will take place on Saturday, November 13, from 4:00-5:30 PM EST. Do you ever wish you had a time machine? Do you love LEGO? Us too! Join us for this afternoon studio during which we will travel through time and space to explore one of the most famous cultures in history! Participate in an exploration of ages past...with LEGO! Learn about daily life in Ancient Egypt including their culture, architectural feats and technologies. This workshop strengthens creativity & ideation skills, teaches design thinking and provides an entertaining angle on world history! Along the way, we’ll explore re-creations of day to day life in this society that others have assembled, while learning about the art, culture, and built environments created by the citizens of this civilization. All you’ll need for this studio is a computer or tablet with a reliable internet connection, and any LEGO you have. No specific sets or bricks are necessary. Don’t have LEGO but still want to join in on the fun? No worries! Below are two links to programs which allow you to build with virtual “LEGO.” Tinkercad Virtual LEGO Participants are also welcome to build with any other materials they have available!
Instructor: Thomas Hayes recently graduated NYU with a degree in sustainable urban design. His specialties include sustainability + climate change and green activism. He is also an avid gardener! Prior to attending NYU he worked for the University of Miami's Rosensteil School, researching the Atlantic Sailfish. He also has over 8 years of coaching experience in both archery and rowing.
Digital Citizenship & the campMODA Community MODA’s classes give children a chance to explore their interests and try out different roles. We work to empower students by giving them choices, both to practice skills they already have and to acquire new ones. Our class will create a new digital community for your child. Knowing how to be a good community member is critical. We expect classmates to be respectful community members and to engage in respectful communication, even (or especially) with those who are very different from themselves. Honoring these differences is key to digital citizenship. We are committed to creating class environments in which classmates respect one another and learn from one another.
Ground Rules This class is a creative learning environment. All registrants agree: to be respectful of others in all circumstances to engage in collaborative practices with classmates and instructors to only to use appropriate language in verbal and written conversation to use the chat box for purposes of learning and socializing not to spam the chat box not to troll other participants and/or their designs MODA reserves the right to remove any participant immediately if they engage in any conduct that detracts from the experiences of other participants and is not in line with the class’s purpose. Let’s keep this fun and educational! Please share this information with your young designer!
Bright from the Start Exemption: This program is not licensed by Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning and is not required to be licensed. Bright from the Start does not regulate or routinely inspect this program. For additional information, go to www.decal.ga.gov or call 404.657.5562.
Special Needs: Young designers with different styles of learning or special learning needs are welcome in MODA education programs. We will be able to most effectively help your young designer learn and enjoy this experience if we know about those needs. Please email Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or information. Loca
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