Outstanding Wizard Lessons (O.W.L. Student Binder)

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*Student Binder* This is a fun, 14 week class designed to help late Love of Learning students (ages 11 and 12) transition into Scholars (ages 12 and above) inspired by the ​Harry Potter series and following A Thomas Jefferson model of education.

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*Student Binder* This is a fun, 14 week class designed to help late Love of Learning students (ages 11 and 12) transition into Scholars (ages 12 and above) inspired by the ​Harry Potter ​ series and following A Thomas Jefferson model of education. Every week, for one semester, we will tackle a different subject taught at schools for wizards and witches. The goal is to inspire the students in their education as budding scholars through the fantastic world and ideas conveyed in the Harry Potter series of books. Each subject has been adapted into a real world project or lesson. There is, also, a list of tasks for the student to tackle at home to help prepare them for the homework they will receive in their Scholar level classes. The one hour long lessons can be done in any order you need and projects can be changed to fit what you need and the supplies available to you.

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  1. December 29, 2022

    With regards to the student binder, what is included in it?

    The Student Binder has all the homework in it and trackers for the student to keep up with all that is required for the class. For example, there is a spot to write the book they choose to read, an area to track their plant growth and a place for the mentor to sign when the student brings the binder to class.