GHF Latin Course Descriptions

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GHF Online is pleased to partner with Justin Schwamm and the Tres Columnae Project to offer Latin for today’s learners! Conventional foreign language textbooks are filled with long vocabulary lists, grammar charts, and disconnected presentations of language and culture. The Tres Columnae Project breaks with that tradition, and is instead … Continue reading

Pirates, Politics and Poets: A look at the 16th-19th centuries

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For several years now, I have been preparing this course about pirates and world history, called Pirates, Politics and Poets. One of my children created the spark when he said he wanted to study pirates, but not just their lifestyles. Why did they go to sea? What were the political, social, or … Continue reading

Fun with Chemistry! GHFO is now offering Chem I & II

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Children all over the globe are fascinated by the periodic table of elements; but what does it mean? GHF Online is now offering two levels of chemistry for your element loving learner, to be taught by veteran instructor and gifted/2e advocate Jade Rivera. Introduction to Chemistry is your child’s chance … Continue reading

Calling budding environmental scientists!

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Got a science & nature geek in your house? A child obsessed with volcanoes, fascinated by lemurs, or busy hugging trees? Check out our environmental science classes with instructor Madeline Goodwin! In Intro to Planet Earth, we’ll be diving into the science of our planet’s non-living features: air, water, and rock. Perfect for … Continue reading

Calling U.S. K-12 Science Education Professionals!

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GHF Online science instructor Madeline Goodwin is doing her Master’s thesis research on climate science in the classroom, and she needs your help! She is doing a survey of science education professionals to find the answer to the following question: What are the most important climate science concepts for students … Continue reading

Online class about Greek and Roman Mythology makes impression

“Nathan participated in the fall semester of GHF Online‘s Beyond Percy Jackson: Real Stories of Greek and Roman Mythology online class with Allison Stieger. Recently, he visited the Seattle Art Museum’s Impression Exhibit, where he proceeded to proudly share the entire myth of Bacchus and Ariadne with me, his father, … Continue reading