Eight Year Old Boy Kick-Starts An Extraordinary Educational Series

Nubar Alexanian submits-

Captain Tom Ellis of the Schooner Thomas E. Lannon and Nubar Alexanian of Walker Creek Media are working together to bring to fruition an amazing young boy’s vision: a science educational series created by and starring a kid. The series, “Science All Around Us,” will be produced right here in Gloucester, and so far it looks beautiful.  Take a look at their Kickstarter campaign. 
This new friend of Captain Tom believes that science doesn’t only need to be taught by adults. Kids can (and should) teach other kids too! Right now, this amazing project needs your help. They’ve got the talent, the passion, the powerful idea and all they need are the resources to make it happen.  Even if you can’t donate, check out Collin’s answer to his father’s question about why we should care about science by clicking on the questions below. It will convince you this is a project that matters.
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http://scienceallaroundus.com/
PLEASE REMEMBER to “like” this project on their Facebook and follow them on @SciAllAroundUs Twitter, where they’re posting hilarious facts and articles daily.

One thought on “Eight Year Old Boy Kick-Starts An Extraordinary Educational Series

  1. This is fantastic! If I can help in any way, I will be happy to.
    I am a teacher, & a classroom coach, working out of Tufts. The project I am working on currently is assisting teachers in learning how to teach inquiry-based science, technology & engineering in their classrooms. They all work with very young children, & our mantra has become “Science is Everywhere”!
    Bravo, Collin! Science is important, fun, challenging, exciting, & part of our lives each & every day. All students need to ‘discover’ this through hands-on, minds-on questions & explorations.

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