Teaching coding to young kids without computers can be an engaging and beneficial way to introduce them to the world of programming. This approach helps children develop essential problem-solving, logic and critical thinking skills while fostering creativity.
I am delighted to share an exciting opportunity that recently came my way. As a featured guest on the esteemed Breaking The Grade show, I had the privilege of sharing the inspiring journey of Feynman School. Breaking The Grade is a thought-provoking podcast that explores the transformations and advancements in education, with a focus on promoting equity and making a lasting impact.
On behalf of all Feynman School faculty and staff, we are delighted to officially announce our new home at the Bender JCC of Greater Washington in Rockville, Maryland, starting next school year!
Feynman School has surprassed all expectations with teaching during the COVID-19 crisis.They have had great distanced learning, while meeting needs, and still having fun.
Allison Brill talks about how students play incorporated much of the engineering design process: Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, and Improve. How do we teach the next generation of innovators?
We are pleased to announce two programs at Feynman School designed to spark the imagination of our students. Drama and Destination ImagiNation!
You are invited to listen to author Jim Delisle speak about unique needs of gifted students and parents. Please register.