Facilitating Educational Partnerships and Outreach Opportunities for Scientists
Summer Program Registration Now OPEN!!!FULL
Upcoming Events for Gifted Students with Energetic Einsteins
Wizard Camp for Gifted Muggles (June 29-July 3, 2015) FULL
Brains and Behavior Camp (August 17-21th, 2015) FULL
Game Day for Gifted Students Next Date announced soon Time:9:30am to 12:30pm:Clearwater, FL
Information about Gifted Student Summer camps in Clearwater, Florida is on the gifted summer camp page.If you can, please consider contributing to the scholarship fund so that financially needy deserving students can attend. Scholarship Fund Link
Program Date: October 17, 2015 10 am-4pm
Location: FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, 100 Eighth Avenue Southeast, St. Petersburg, Florida
St. Petersburg Science Festival: Energetic Einsteins and the Institute for Biomedical Philosophy will also be participating in the annual St. Petersburg Science Festival which is being held in conjunction with MarineQuest. The science festival is a free, public event celebrating science. Come play our Crabby Behavior at the Beach Game which compares blue crabs, fiddler crabs, and hermit crabs. You can find out more about the St. Petersburg Science Festival at www.stpetescifest.org
Program Date: October 2015 from 10am to 4pm.
Location: Grounds of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg Bayboro Waterfront campus, 140 Seventh Ave. S. St. Petersburg, Florida
For families new to Energetic Einsteins, our Director, Dr. Demetrikopoulos, will be available to answer questions about our programs and approach to gifted education.
Please pre-register so that we can plan accordingly.
Participants: Gifted 1st-9th graders
Program Dates: Saturday Upcoming dates soon
Cost: $15 ($10 if preregistered/prepaid)
Register for this event at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/gamedayregistration
For more information contact GiftedInfo@BioPhi.org
Three Science camp sessions were offered last summer in our Clearwater, Fl location:
1.Wizard Camp for Gifted Muggles (3rd-6th grade gifted students)
2. Brain Camp for Brainiacs (6th-11th grade gifted students)
3. Are you Smarter than a Rocket Scientist (5th-9th grade gifted students)
Expectation of StudentsThis program is limited to a select number of students each year. In order to benefit from the camp, participants must not only be gifted, but should also have the maturity to conduct themselves safely in a supervised laboratory setting. Our focus is both to have fun, and to become better scholars. Thus, children should be able to refrain from behaviors that will adversely impact the other participants.