Ambiguous Illusions (Virtual) - (Grades 5-7)
INSTRUCTOR: Heather Hinze
WHAT: Ambiguous illusions are images that show two images in one, and we will practice using our brains to flip as quickly as possible between the two images. In this class, learners will enjoy a story, learn what ambiguous illusions are and some artists who created them, will discover the brain research surrounding them, and will have lots of fun viewing the images and 'flipping' their brains!
WHO: Highly motivated learners, grades 5-7
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 17th from 3:15-4:15pm
WHERE: Class takes place via Zoom. A link to class will be sent the weekend prior to class.
- A computer WITH WEBCAM (tablets are okay, but the ability to open multiple tabs at once is preferable)
- ZOOM app capabilities
- An email address and access to the email during class
A NOTE TO PARENTS:
Please also read our Online Community Guidelines on the Virtual Classes page of our website. Due to the online nature of this class, our class will not operate in a traditional way. Please be advised of the following restrictions:
- GSN cannot provide technical assistance, so each participant will need to be familiar with his or her own device
- GSN staff cannot ‘supervise’ your student during this class. Parents and guardians should expect to supervise their student’s participation
- GSN staff cannot discipline your student during this class. Parents and guardians should expect to address and correct student misbehaviors, if needed. Students who are inappropriate or disruptive will be removed from the online class.
- GSN cannot control everyone else’s environments (background). Parents should view each Zoom meeting to ensure that they approve of the audio and visual information their student experiences.