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Science is about discovering how our world works. The quest to find the answers always begins with a question. Leonardo da Vinci wrote, "Learn how to see," another word for observation. Finally, exploration in experiments, data collection and Discovery.
Leonardo da Vinci changed our world because he possessed to attributes: Curiosity and he learned to ask the right questions. Learn more about him--->
For Curious Minds
Spring 2023: Dragons lair
In an interactive 3D Immersive environment an online story is given with a multitude of possible directions and answers. Here students are encouraged to ask questions and make connections. The problems are real and students work with emerging technology. Here they will find the art of science and the science of art, and where possibility and inspiration are expected through project-based, hands-on experimentation, team collaboration, and discoveries. Starting in April 2023.
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More Portals to Explore
The Science of Art
Perspective drawings that began in the 14th Century have evolved into much of the technology we now use today. 3D modeling, augmented reality, virtual reality, holographic projections are just some of the inventions that came from perspective drawing.
The Science of Patterns
When you move your perspective from math being a language to math being the science of patterns, doors will open up. No longer is math a cold, abstract, unemotional field of study. It moves from black & white to COLOR!
The purpose of the engineer is to solve problems through innovation or creating a new invention.
Many of Leonardo's inventions were innovative and likewise, many of his futuristic inventions were new concepts.
The Academy of Leonardo’s Apprentice (A.L.A.) is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational foundation that was designed to collaborate with public & private educational institutions, as well as, homeschooling groups to improve the quality of science and engineering education. We advocate for student achievement, create programs to improve student and teacher performance and raise funds for scholarships, grants, and teacher recognition.
Do You Have What It Takes?
What makes an Apprentice of Leonardo? Watch the video to learn more.