Science and Math Assemblies for Imagination, Inspiration, and Life Long Learning in K-12
School Assemblies Fair & Field Days GATE/AVID Family Events by Dr. Arden Bercovitz
What if Einstein could be your Science Teacher?|
These outstanding science assemblies and family evenings teach higher level thinking skills and how to apply scientific methods to everyday thinking.
Your students will practice:Einstein 101: “Einstein Rides a Light Beam”
Grades K-3, 30 minutes Family Nights, 45-60 minutes
Albert Einstein is portrayed by Dr. Arden Bercovitz, a research scientist and a credentialed teacher who loves science and math. Dr. B knows how to grab your kids’ attention, and encourage their interest in science and math.
“Einstein's” stories engage your kids as he shares how he came up with the ideas that changed our world. Einstein will stimulate your students’ natural curiosity, and take them through several wonderful imagination-stretching experiences to help them learn new ways of thinking in these “minds-on” assemblies and family evenings.
Kids will discover the mystery of a compass, they’ll chase beams of light in their imagination, and they’ll learn to think with pictures and to ask better questions.
“Who knows the future Einsteins motivated by you today!”“Kids loved doing the pictures of an idea in their heads...it was all great!” Ann Spraker, Northmont Elementary
Trish Luther, PTA, Empresa Elementary
"You were terrific! The kids seemed to really enjoy it. They asked great questions and your responses were excellent.
I learned a lot." Gail Powers, TA, Narrows View Elementary
Terrific for Family Nights!
Parents will be surprised to discover how much their kids are learning. This program will open parents’ minds, too. They will see their kids with a fresh perspective. New lines of communication will open up.
“Wonderful. Both parents and students were fully captivated by your simulation. Teachers saw a whole new way of sharing ideas and information and are already exploring how they can manifest this in the classroom. Most importantly, we all realized once again we are OK just as we are. We each have our own unique gift.”
Barbara Gilles, Teacher, Sunnydale Elementary