Fulton Science Academy Open House – Saturday January 19

Fulton Science Academy Private School Open House
Saturday, January 19, 2013
1:00pm to 3:00pm

Fulton Science Academy Private School is pleased to announce that our Open House will be held this Saturday, January 19, from 1 pm to 3 pm. 
We are excited to share the many wonderful things about FSA Private School during the open house. Families will meet our dynamic administrative team and our nurturing and engaging faculty to learn about the school’s mission and philosophy as well as our academic and extra curricular programs. You will also have the opportunity to tour our newly renovated campus. 
  • 1:00PM School Tours & Science Fair Visit Given by Student Ambassadors
  • 1:30PM School Presentation by the Administration
  • 2:00PM Parent Panel 
  • 1:30PM to 3:00PM Fun Activities for Students in Different Classes Coordinated by FSA Teachers



Explore Learning

Explore Learning

Fulton Science Academy Private School utilizes the world’s largest library of interactive online simulations, explore learning.com to supplement math and science education. We call these simulations Gizmos.

 

Gizmos are:

* fun, easy to use, and help students develop a deep understanding of challenging concepts through inquiry and exploration.
research-based , flexible tools used by teachers across all 50 states in a wide variety of ways. Gizmos are ideal for small group work, individual exploration, and whole class instruction using an LCD projector or interactive whiteboard.
* designed to supplement your existing curriculum. Gizmos are correlated to state curriculum standards , the Common Core standards, and over 300 textbooks, making them easy to integrate into your instructional program.
* backed by first-rate training and professional development  services that help maximize the value of your investment.
The “Ah-Hah!” Moment
ExploreLearning Gizmos are all about the “Ah-Hah!” moment, that miraculous instant when something inside your brain clicks and suddenly whatever was puzzling you now makes perfect sense.
imgDetermining Density via Water Displacement
You may recall the story of Archimedes, who discovered the principles of water displacement and buoyancy in the bathtub. The “Ah-Hah!” moment sent Archimedes leaping from the tub to run down the street shouting “Eureka!” — which is Greek for “I found it!”
That’s the “Ah-Hah!” we’re talking about. But we’re also talking about a broad and growing course coverage, a great investment, and a powerful enhancement to the way teachers teach and students learn.
ExploreLearning currently has over 450 Gizmos with accompanying curricular materials, all with the aim of sharing the “Ah-Hah!” moment with teachers and students.