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2012 Middle School Academic Camp
Full Class Descriptions and Teacher Bios

Participants will be building engines, tearing them apart, and the rebuilding with improvements. This will
happen for cars and/or boats. As they go, they will learn about the necessary science to better understand how engines and the structures of vehicles affect performance, speed, etc.
Ed Sobey, Ph.D.
is a tinker and innovator, and he teaches innovation strategies to science teachers. He was
the founding director of the National Inventors Hall of Fame and founder of the National Toy Hall of Fame. Ed has published 27 books, hosted two television shows, and has given workshops for teachers in 25 countries. Trained as an oceanographer, Ed wintered over in the Antarctic, sailed across the Pacific Ocean in a ketch, and has conducted research from large research ships and ocean kayaks. He runs, kayaks, SCUBA This program stimulates the student’s natural curiosity through interactive lessons, games, songs, movies, and recreational activities such as dancing and sports. All instruction will be in Spanish. This option is great for students brand new to Spanish and those already familiar with the language. Students will be treated to fun, interactive times where they converse with others and learn about Spanish-speaking cultures from around the world. When registering for this class, this counts as two classes in the morning. If you are registering for the full day, simply choose Spanish Immersion. If your student will not be participating in the full-day offering, you MUST choose the two-class option. Teacher Bio: Lupe Fisch, a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina, has been teaching Spanish to university undergraduates and high school students for 18 years. She received a BS in Chemistry and an MA in Hispanic Culture and Literature from the University of Washington. She has taught all levels of language, from beginning to advanced, as well as courses in literature, culture and film of the Spanish-speaking world. She provides an immersive, communicative and engaging Spanish environment for her students. Students will be introduced to different skills used by actors, practice solo scenes, and work together to perform short scenes. In the first few days of class, students will get to know each other and start to use their own experiences to learn some of the basics of acting. As the two weeks unfold, the personality of the group will direct the types of scenes and acting that is explored. In the past, groups have worked in areas such as Improv Theater and more formal plays. In addition to learning acting skills, students will also be better prepared for public speaking. At the end of the session, the class will put on a performance to Teacher Bio: Mike Lengel began directing and teaching young actors after earning a BA in English Literature from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania and relocating to the Northwest in 2008. He discovered his own love of theater in elementary school, and has since earned credits at Wellsboro Public Theater in Pennsylvania, Harlequin Productions in Olympia, Seattle's Black Box Theater, Washington Ensemble Theater and Theater Schmeater, and has worked internally at Intiman. While under contract with Seattle Public Theater, Mike has helped shape numerous productions at Bryant and Sacajawea Elementary by way of directing, set design, live sound, musical direction and stage musician. His original music has provided the soundtrack for a few short films produced in Seattle; another collection of his songs were released on an album in 2011. He currently works as a teacher at Sweet Pea Cottage, an arts-based preschool in Queen Anne, and also coaches football here at Lakeside. Solve a crime using science! Students will learn about concepts in biology, chemistry and physics while working as crime scene investigators. Students will learn about the trajectory of objects and how gravity affects them as they fall to the ground. They will learn about anatomy and bone structure. And, they will use various chemicals to learn how to identify elements or compounds. This class will take place in a science lab with all of the necessary equipment to perform experiments and learn about how investigators piece a case Teacher Bio: Ashley Powel graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Washington with a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Psychology. In 2011, she received her Masters in Teaching degree, also at the University of Washington, where she was both a Noyce Scholar and a Future Teachers Scholar. She has years of experience tutoring students of all ages in a range of subjects, including calculus, genetics, and college biology. She also has extensive experience teaching horseback riding. Currently, Ashley teaches a wide variety of math and science classes at the middle school and high school level, including biology, chemistry, physics, and anatomy and physiology. Learn all of the basic steps to become a dancing superstar. Under the direction of a great dance instructor, students will be introduced to many different dance styles. Students will meet in the gym where they will have ample room to strut their stuff. They will start with basic steps and move to full dances throughout the Teacher Bio: Charla Jennings has had her own dance business for nineteen years. She teaches ballet, creative movement, and all types of ballroom. Her students range in age from three to ninety-one. Charla has done choreography for recitals, competitions, films, theatre, weddings, and an opera. She has acted in plays, television, and local films. In her spare time she enjoys movies, playing piano, walking her dog "Lucky Lady", and being with family. An alumna of Lakeside, she is happy to be back at a school she got so much Students will learn techniques for drawing, painting, and other two-dimensional art forms, and then create their own works of art. In past years, students have made glass murals, created paper and learned Bubblism from the artist who created the style. The class is updated with new projects each year so that returning students can continue to create. Students take home all of their artwork. Teacher Bio: Kelsey Boys grew up in the Seattle area attending Eastside Catholic High School and then going on to Santa Clara University. At Santa Clara she studied Metal Arts as well as Art History. During college Kelsey had the opportunity to live in Italy for six month which really broadened her appreciation of the Art and its importance in all cultures around the world. Since such time, Kelsey has earned her M.Ed from Seattle Pacific University and currently teaches Art at Holy Rosary School in West Seattle. Kelsey has taught in the summer at Lakeside for the last two summers. Learn to cook using local and organic ingredients. While creating everything from salads to desserts and compiling a cookbook, campers will learn about the origins of food. The class will meet in a room that has both a meeting area and a kitchen. Students will learn about local producers of food and come to understand the benefits of organically grown food. Each day, there will be a cooking demonstration where students will help the teacher prepare food. Then, students will be able to enjoy the food that was made. Teacher Bio: Merissa currently teaches history at Lakeside’s Middle School, but she is also an avid cook. She has been teaching for thirteen years in the Seattle area, and got her M.Ed from the University of Washington in 2005. She has taught grades 7 - 12, and pretty much every history class imaginable. She is also a mom, an avid Zumba dancer, artist, and entrepreneur. Students will learn digital photography fundamentals including composition, focus, lighting and basic photo editing in this hands-on, interactive workshop. Students will begin each day in the computer lab. The teacher will share information about features of the cameras or features of the software used to edit pictures. Then, students will head out to take pictures. They will take shots of classmates or explore some of the beautiful scenery that is part of Lakeside’s campus. At the end of the session, students will have created Teacher Bio: Camilla Calkins has been a member of the Lakeside faculty for almost 9 years. She has been an avid photographer ever since making a pinhole camera during elementary school. She has received recognition for her photos, most recently by Princess Cruises for a photo she took while on tour in Europe. She has read numerous books on photography and has studied at Art Wolfe studios. She enjoys travel photography, though her current favorite subject is her 2 ½ year old son. Camilla will be teaching during sessions 2 and 3. We are hiring someone for session 1. Students will learn how to plan, organize, and create a website from start to finish. Students will pick a theme and build a site around that theme. Students meet in a computer lab where each member of the class gets his or her own computer. Regardless of experience with computers or building Web pages, students will be challenged to create something that stretches their imagination and their current skills. Students will be using Notepad ++ for the introductory section on html and then Dreamweaver CS 5.5, which is the latest version of this software, to create the final web pages. Teacher Bio: Bonnie Brodd has been teaching computer classes to both students and teachers for the past 20 years. She currently teaches computer classes at Lakeside Middle School that cover skills in image and video editing, keyboarding, Power Point and MS Word, as well as basic programming with LOGO and Alice. In addition, Ms. Brodd is the Instructional Technology Specialist at Lakeside’s Upper School. Prior to coming to Lakeside, she taught French and worked in Instructional Technology in the Bellevue School District. Ms. Brodd has taught this summer course for the past three years. She will be teaching sessions 1 Michael Asbridge has worked designing computer programs of all sorts for over 30 years and has enjoyed learning a host of emerging computer languages and technologies, including all of the wonderful developments, such as HTML, that were created to use the Internet. He is currently the Network Manager for Lakeside School. As part of his extended duties, and because it's fun, he has created some of the school's web pages and web-based programs that are used by faculty/staff, students and parents. Michael taught this class last summer. He will be teaching session 3. Students will learn how to create animated characters and scenes on the computer. The students will meet in a computer lab, and each student will have a computer. Using Scratch, students will learn the basics of creating animation. For those students who already have experience with computer animation, the teacher can give specialized projects that will stretch those students. In previous years, many students have created games. Each student will present their final project on the last day of class. They will bring home a copy of Teacher Bio: This is Johanna Melamed’s third summer teaching computer animation at Lakeside Summer Programs. She earned her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and earned her bachelor’s attending The Julliard School and Columbia University in NYC. Before her passion emerged for teaching youth computer animation, she taught acting and character movement workshops at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, the University of North Carolina MFA Acting Program, and at other universities, colleges and actor training programs. Johanna Melamed is a TechStart teacher at Mt. View Elementary School in White Center teaching computer animation skills (using Scratch and Alice) and working on student’s STEM skills (science, technology, English, and math). Students will learn to present hot-button issues in a concise, clear, persuasive way through mock debates. They will learn how to organize ideas, write speeches and maintain eye contact with an audience. The course will cover appropriate electronic research techniques, basics regarding debate protocol, and strategies for debating topics in a formal setting. Students will have opportunities to practice these skills in mock debates Teacher Bio: Since 1999, Brian Crawford has taught students of all ages, from sixth graders to college undergraduates. Brian holds a dual M.A. from Indiana University in French Literature and Modern German Culture. He has taught English Language Arts, English as a Second Language, French, and German. While in college at the University of Georgia, he was a member of the Demosthenian Literary Society—a parliamentary debate club. He has since spoken publicly at regional and international literary conferences, where he has delivered scholarly papers on literature and philosophy. Brian currently teaches 7th and 8th grade Language Arts at Seattle Country Day School, where he devotes a significant unit in 8th grade to Aristotelian rhetoric in speaking and writing. Students will practice administering first aid, and work with a team to respond to trauma simulations. They will be introduced to the anatomy of the human body, and try out their skills in staged emergency situations. Following the training for first aid and CPR, students will learn all of the steps for helping an injured or unconscious person. They will practice their skills on practice dummies. They will also be introduced to techniques needed when in the wilderness. Teacher Bio: Allegra Guarino has a Masters degree in Teaching from USC and an Undergraduate degree in both Human Behavior and Ecology from Skidmore College. She has been a Wilderness First Responder through Remote Medical International for five years. As a CPR instructor for the American Heart Association and as a 7th grade Science teacher, Allegra has taught many interactive classes in life-saving skills. Last summer Allegra spent 31 days backpacking in the Rocky Mountains. When she isn’t teaching, she enjoys rock climbing, fixing her bicycle, fly-fishing, and hiking with her dog. Allegra’s current goal is to finish reading the Hunger Games series before summer starts. Why are cheetahs so fast? How can birds fly? Students will study the bodies of different animals and perform dissections to learn how body parts function. The class will focus on two main objectives. First, students will research an animal of their choice and learn more about some of the specialization of its anatomy. Usually working in pairs, the students present their findings to the class at the end of the two weeks. Students will also dissect an animal to learn about all of the inner workings of the animal. Last year, students dissected a dogfish shark. This year, a new animal will be used so that students who want to take the class again can Teacher Bio: Ashley Powel graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Washington with a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Psychology. In 2011, she received her Masters in Teaching degree, also at the University of Washington, where she was both a Noyce Scholar and a Future Teachers Scholar. She has years of experience tutoring students of all ages in a range of subjects, including calculus, genetics, and college biology. She also has extensive experience teaching horseback riding. Currently, Ashley teaches a wide variety of math and science classes at the middle school and high school level, including biology, chemistry, physics, and anatomy and physiology. Students will write creative fiction. They will learn the various stages for writing well, including inspirations for creativity and great writing techniques. Students will begin by learning the framework necessary to create a good piece of fiction. They will study character development and will work to create a strong plot. Important writing techniques, including sentence structure and word usage, will enhance their writing. At the end of this course they will take home a collection of the class’s creative work. Teacher Bio: Mary Jane Beaufrand is the author of the young adult novels Primavera and The River, the latter of which is nominated for the prestigious Edgar Award. A creative writing instructor for more than ten years, Ms. Beaufrand received her BA from Wellesley College and her Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Bennington College. Ms. Beaufrand was the teacher for this class last year. In this class students will build sculptures using multiple found objects. They will combine materials such as scrap metal, wood, and wire, along with many others. The main struggle will be gravity as the students create forms that take recycled objects and transform them into a beautiful work of art. Teacher Bio: Kelsey Boys grew up in the Seattle area attending Eastside Catholic High School and then going on to Santa Clara University. At Santa Clara she studied Metal Arts as well as Art History. During college Kelsey had the opportunity to live in Italy for six month which really broadened her appreciation of the Art and its importance in all cultures around the world. Since such time, Kelsey has earned her M.Ed from Seattle Pacific University and currently teaches Art at Holy Rosary School in West Seattle. Kelsey has taught in the summer at Lakeside for the last two summers.

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